The 5 Best Poké to Eat In New York
The 5 Best Poké to eat In New York
Poké is a delicious, healthy meal currently trending in New York. Defined as a sashimi salad, originally served as an appetizer, the New York version offers limitless build your own bowl options making it a delicious entree. Pick from the base up, hearty brown rice or quinoa, fresh fish or tofu, and toppings like seaweed salad, cucumbers, and sweet potato makes Poké a seriously healthy meal.
1: Wisefish Poké
One of the earliest Poké places in New York, and still one of the best. This place offers Zucchini noodles as one of their bases, and all their ingredients are chock full of texture and flavor.
Situated in the meat-packing neighborhood, Wisefish also serves made to order dishes combining all their best flavors in one delicious bowl.
Location: 263 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
2: Simple Authentic Food
Simple has worked out a special marinade that is carefully infused into their seafood. With great service, delectable toppings, and of-course the flavorful seafood, Simple is the top choice for many poké lovers.
Location: 109 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002
Addicting Poké starts at Pokéworks. Fill up on great toppings like edamame, umami, wonton crisps, and hijiki seaweed. The authentic flavors are highlighted in each choice, making any combination delicious, leaving you wanting more.
Location:63 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018
4: The Pokéspot
Situated by Union Square, this is a favorite stop for Poké enthusiasts. They offer rice, salad, or zucchini noodles as their base. For healthy, hearty food and a large selection stop by The PokéSpot to fill up on your Poké needs.
Location:120 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003
5: 2nd City
Super casual spot for delicious Filipino food but also serving Poké. Their Poké-Me has generous portions of raw tuna, coconut rice, scallions, wontons and more. Crispy, flavorful, filling. A must-try Poké if you’re in the West Village.
Location: 525 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014
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