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13 Stamford Road
#B2-30 Capitol Singapore
Singapore 178905

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

($9 for hungry | $14 for starving)
Hawaiian Original Tuna bowl (bottom) & Kimchi Salmon bowl (top).

Their bowls are all pre-designed unlike other poke shops where I can choose different flavours in one bowl. But overall, I enjoyed the original one a lot better cus of the soy sauce. A pretty decent serving for this humble poke stall that fits only around 6-10 ppl & itโ€™s price.

This was the wasabi with salmon option. Similar ingredient such as chopped walnut, tobiko, spring onion with japanese rice base. Stir in the onsen egg into the rice, is a way to enjoy the rice on another level!


Salmon cube tossed with roasted sesame sauce and added onto chopped romaine base. Everything in the bowl is pre-fix and you canโ€™t choose. Additional a dollar for the onsen egg.

Got the Japanese sushi rice as base. Salmon portions were generous, and comes with onions, edamame and japanese seaweed. Abit expensive though, would rather go for Aloha Poke for greater quality.


You can choose from octopus or salmon and i opted for the latter since im not really a fan of sotong ๐Ÿ˜น Also went for the red brown rice mix which required an additional $1 topup so the total was $15. However, you can purchase a $15 cash voucher for $10 on fave to save your wallet a little!

There's 3 sizes to choose from, namely the "hungry", "starving" and "famished". Went for the starving size but felt that the portion was actually rather small and definitely wouldn't have filled me up enough if i was really starving...

The rice was rather dry and the salmon was so-so, definitely not the freshest. Definitely could do with more of that sauce, which by itself was rather mild, wouldn't have guessed it was roasted sesame if i was blindfolded ๐Ÿ˜น

Shoutout to the friendly staff though, who kindly accomodated to my special requests of having chuka and edamames instead of the standard toppings of walnuts and shredded cabbage.

Almost all cafes selling poke bowls open only on weekdays, so I was left with not much choices when I wanted a poke bowl on a Sunday night. Sweetfish Poke takes up a small space in Capitol Piazza, serving mainly as a take out because it only has 4 bar counter seats. There are 3 sizes (S - $9, M - $14, L - $18), 3 bases (Japanese rice, brown & red rice, and romaine lettuce) and 6 flavours to choose from, of which my bf and I chose the sweet yuzu cream with salmon and kimchi tuna. The former came with bits of fried garlic which gave each bite a burst of crunch and aroma, but this also masked the yuzu flavour which was unfortunate. The latter had nothing to rave about, but I just felt that the combination of kimchi with tuna didn't work so well.

Compared to (my favourite) A Poke Theory, the amount of toppings given here is much less generous, with only a few slices/pieces of vegetables with the fish. A Poke Theory is also one of the few, if not the only, cafes that offers sushi rice (aka vinegared Japanese rice) instead of just plain rice.

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