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Fresh ingredients but no taste. Looked very nice and authentic from outside but inside was not convincing. We were a group of six and everybody was not happy. For the price I expect more raffiness in the preparation. BYOD gave us the rest.
Poke is the best Japanese restaurant! My family, friends, and I have been eating there at least once a week since they opened. BJ the owner, is a very talented sushi chef. I recommend everyone to go to POKE. It’s the BEST!!
They get creative with their rolls and it pays off (truffle roll!). Standard sushi shop selection otherwise so no need to look for a menu to see if they have your spicy tuna or Alaska - they do.
A few tips:
- cash only!
Miso soap thick, tasteless. Tuna avocado salad good but very little avocado and tuna. Grilled mackerel gamey to the point of being barely edible. Rock shrimp lightly deep fried rather than pan fried, resulting in there being no taste whatsoever of the shrimp, which is...More
This cash only, casual, BYOB (one bottle per 2 person) sushi spot is a gem on the upper east side. The sushi is fresh (and delicious) and service is attentive. Prices are reasonable
If you’re stopping by on a busy night, know that they do...More
My friends and I enjoyed our healthy poke bowls at this restaurant which is situated on the edge of a nice courtyard with plenty of chairs, tables and shade to enjoy a relaxed lunch or dinner. It is behind New World Stages, so it is...More
They poorly manage customers seating and make people wait, not listening to their needs. Their tables are very small and they try to put as many people possible around even if the guests are way too tall to be able to fit. Showing no care...More
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