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Posted by Peter on 12/16/2009
In my six years in New York City, I have not found fish as perfect and fresh as the fish at Poke. The atmosphere is okay. The service is okay. But the sushi itself is perfect. And the Truffle Roll is pretty great too.
Posted by Al on 07/16/2009
Food was very good. Fish was fresh and everything was very tasty. I liked the BYOB aspect, however, the restaurant was extremely loud and it was very hard to have a conversation.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/06/2009
Poke is still the best. I've tried all sushi places from Nobu to Seki and Poke is still the best. The rolls may be small, but the quality is amazing. BYOB is still a great feature, but if you're looking to get wasted then go to a bar. They're not in the business to have you sit there and get smashed while other people are waiting to eat.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/02/2009
This place has gone seriously downhill. The rolls now are absolutely miniscule. The fish is still fresh but I would no longer consider this place a must go. Walked out tonight $100 poorer and still hungry. Poke has turned into a joke.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/22/2009
Poke has amazing quality sushi. We have been going there for years and always love our meal. We even do take out at least once a week, since they do not delivery. Best sushi on the Upper East Side.
Posted by Riz on 04/05/2009
This place has more rules than you can imagine: only 1 750 ml bottle of wine per 3 people. I can understand they don't want people getting drunk and rowdy, but that's like a glass each, come on. We brought a double bottle; the waiter poured half into a decanter and then took the rest and didn't give it back until we left. Also, everyone must order at least $18 of food. The food was ok but definitely nothing special. They also don't take reservations. Not worth it- try another one of the hundreds of sushi places around.
Posted by MD on 03/21/2009
Anyone who knows anything about sushi would not enjoy this spot. The food was average at best and the prices are fairly cheap because the rolls are tiny. Although the BYOB aspect is alluring you are only allowed 2 small bottles of wine (only allowed wine or beer) regardless of the amount of people you're with. This place is nothing special nor is anything about it. Would never recommend.