Pink Fish’s Brand-New Mala Poke Bowl: It’s Salmon, Spice, and Everything Healthy & Nice

Pink Fish Singapore

CONTENT: Seraphina Tang

Craving a tongue-numbing bowl of mala, but mindful of your diet? Not to worry, with the brand-new Mala Poke Bowl (S$11.90 for ala carte) from casual seafood concept Pink Fish Singapore, you can have your fill of mala spice while eating healthy and clean!

Take your pick of either a rice or quinoa base, and tuck into this bowl full of spicy, healthy goodness – cubes of fresh Norwegian salmon are tossed in a house-made mala sauce made with fermented bean paste, sesame, Sichuan peppercorns & dried chilli; and paired with a wobbly onsen egg, seared tofu and bokchoy. Mix it all up and dig in! We enjoyed the burst of savoury spice the sauce packed with each mouthful, and how fresh the salmon was.

If you’re craving for something a little less spicy, Pink Fish has a variety of poke bowls & salmon-based dishes to offer! Take your pick from the Pink Fish’s menu of offerings, tailored specially for our Singaporean tastes, from poke bowls and salads, to burgers and stews.

Helmed by award-winning Norwegian chef Geir Skeie, the Bocuse d’Or World Champion in 2009, Pink Fish champions sustainability, as well as fresh, healthy and tasty produce from its home country of Norway. Its restaurant in Jewel Changi Airport is the concept’s very first international outlet.

Asian poke

The Healthy Japanese Poke Bowl (from S$10.90 for small) is a healthful yet delicious choice, with an option of tofu cubes for those who are vegan. Fragrant teriyaki sauce-covered salmon cubes are paired with edamame, pickled ginger, cucumber & scallions, with a lovely citrusy burst of calamansi in the sauce.

For those who want something a little lighter, Pink Fish also offers stews and salads: go for the Creamy Nordic Stew (from S$10.90 for small) for a taste of Norwegian comfort, a light soup brimming with chunks of salmon fillet and carrots, scented with dill and fennel. In fact, we were surprised at how generous the serving of salmon in the stew was, and how the stew did not taste fishy at all!

Or savour the aromatic spices of masala & cumin in the Flavourful Tandoori Salad or Wrap (from S$10.90 for small), where tandoori marinated salmon fillet is paired with yogurt and mint in either a salad or wrap. Falafel is available for vegan customers.

Singaporean Burger

We also enjoyed the Juicy Texas BBQ Burger (S$9.90), where two fluffy buns sandwich a thick grilled salmon patty, coleslaw and barbecue sauce. The Sizzling Singaporean Burger (S$9.90) is also a great choice for spice fans: the same flaky, toothsome salmon patty is well complemented by slices of cucumber, pickled onion and a heaping serving of sambal coleslaw and salted egg sauce.

Want a drink or side to go with your food? Top up S$4 and take your pick from drinks, and sides including soba, broccoli & edamame salad, and quinoa.

As we step into Phase 2 and dine-in at F&B establishments is allowed once more, please do remember to stay safe! If you live in the West, or prefer the convenience of delivery, do not fret – Pink Fish offers delivery through Food Panda, Grabfood, Deliveroo, Plateable, and Pickkup. You can also call the restaurant at 6909 9771 for delivery, or order through WhatsApp

 

Pink Fish Singapore
Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, B1-261, S819666

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