Say po-kay and dig into these hearty and healthy bowls of marinated raw fish salads
Poke bowls are fast becoming a popular meal choice among the health conscious or plain hungry.
After all, these raw fish salads are filling, delicious and won't distract you too much from your dieting goals.
For the curious, its origins lie in Hawaii, where poke is commonly enjoyed as an appetiser.
Here in Singapore, you'll find poke ingredients and seasonings heavily influenced by various Asian cuisines, often served with other crunchy and flavourful add-ons.
Here are 10 places in Singapore to get your fix:
Alakai is run by Lon, who was born and raised in Hawaii himself. At Alakai, options cater to groups of various sizes — a large portion can feed a group of four for $39.95.
To enjoy the best of both worlds, order the Alakai Big Poke Plate, which comes with both salmon or tuna.
If you decide to go the DIY route, give their house seasonings a try. Ho’ono is a spicy-sweet mixture of sesame, seaweed, and chili, while the Niu Tahitian features coconut, lime, cucumber and sweet bell peppers.
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