Pokéworks

Pokéworks

Poke Restaurant, Gastropub, and Seafood Restaurant$$$$
Garment District, New York
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  • Andrea F.heart icon on user image
    Andrea FerreyrosFebruary 5, 2016
    I had the most delicious meal here! I created my own brown rice bowl and added a mix of ahi tuna and salmon. They have a lot complimentary add ons. Get ready to wait bc there's always a lengthy line!
  • Fee O.heart icon on user image
    Fee OApril 18, 2016
    Totally worth every penny, you can choose from 2 protein selections with a regular which is more than enough, And endless tasty toppings. Wasabi aoili sauce was great, ponzu as well.
  • BuzzFeed
    BuzzFeedAugust 23, 2016
    You can make your own bowls or sushi burritos, and for those who may not like ahi tuna, there are other proteins — including ahi tuna, salmon, shrimp, scallops, albacore, and even chicken. Read more
  • Yelimar R.heart icon on user image
    Yelimar RodriguezMay 22, 2016
    Omg I made my poke burrito with ahi tuna, shrimp, cucumber, mango, hijiki, fish roe, cilantro, ginger, and Ponzu. Holy Heavens it was so good!!!
  • Danley H.heart icon on user image
    Danley HuDecember 30, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    I make my own bowl because it's free toppings! So good. It gets busy and there is such limited seating, so if you get food here, be prepared to eat it elsewhere
  • Michael K.
    Michael KauffmanMarch 29, 2016
    Fresh and tasty. Skip the burrito (seaweed wrap a bit tough to bite through) and opt for a bowl. Spicy Ahi burrito pictured:
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksJanuary 21, 2016
    Trending this week is a taste of Hawaii in the concrete jungle. Pokēworks offers the island's raw fish salad specialty in a variety of combinations. You can also get your poke in burrito form. Read more
  • Mai T.heart icon on user image
    Mai TaJanuary 17, 2016
    The salmon and tuna are fresh. Huge selection of toppings, which are also very good. They let you choose between, I think, 6 different sauces so that's always good.
  • Ashley S.heart icon on user image
    Ashley SpechtMarch 20, 2016
    2 hour wait. Like most I was forced to reevaluate my life choices in line. Totally worth it. No seating inside, so walk a few blocks to Bryant Park and enjoy that good life decision. No shame in 2nds.
  • Tomheart icon on user image
    TomApril 3, 2016
    Not authentic, but fresh and surprisingly delicious. Seaweed was a little tough, bowl over burrito. Worth a short wait (<15min), skip if there's more than 5 people waiting outside.
  • Fabian M.heart icon on user image
    Fabian MartinSeptember 5, 2021
    The Seoul poke is very good! Love the kimchi and ginger in it
  • Eric T.heart icon on user image
    Eric TsaiApril 18, 2016
    Create your own bowl and get as many mixins, toppings, and crunches as you want. Can be overwhelming but honestly it's hard to go wrong when the fish is this fresh
  • Amanda S.
    Amanda SchaeferNovember 11, 2016
    It's like chipotle but with sushi ingredients, delicious and filling! Not too pricey either. There's not too many spots to sit inside, so plan to take to go
  • Lillian C.heart icon on user image
    Lillian CheungFebruary 4, 2016
    Beware of long lines but they let you add in as many mix-ons and toppings (get the crunches) that you like!
  • Mike S.heart icon on user image
    Mike SeilbackDecember 30, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Sushi burrito is what draws people in but the rice bowls and salads are good too. Tuna,salmon and lots of toppings to choose from.
  • Jeff W.heart icon on user image
    Jeff WooFebruary 1, 2016
    The salmon shiso and umami classic are 2 great options. I prefer the bowl to the burrito, which gets a bit messy.
  • Jay L.heart icon on user image
    Jay LJanuary 31, 2016
    Salmon shiso and tuna bowl were so good, huge portions and lots of tasty add-ons.
  • Nick A.heart icon on user image
    Nick AndlingerJanuary 26, 2016
    Not authentic by any means but the fish was fresh and the poke was delicious. Solid midtown lunch option.
  • Kevin O.heart icon on user image
    Kevin O'NeillJune 9, 2016
    Come to grips with the need to eat lunch at 11am or 2pm and avoid the long lines because it is good poke.
  • Ryan A.heart icon on user image
    Ryan AmbsJanuary 21, 2016
    The amount of choices can be intimidating, but the quality of the ingredients probably means you won't mess it up. The real trick though, will be eating it slowly enough to savor the freshness.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 2, 2016
    August 17th: Try poke, NYC’s newest food trend, at Pokeworks. It’s kind of like a Hawaiian version of ceviche. Read more
  • Go Find Aliceheart icon on user image
    Go Find AliceJuly 23, 2017
    Pretty good poke with make your own bowl options. Good quality fish but the portion sizes are pretty small for the price charged
  • Rebecca M.heart icon on user image
    Rebecca MazzaApril 13, 2016
    Worth the 30 minute wait. Fresh ingredients and helpful staff despite the commotion
  • C D.heart icon on user image
    C DaleyJanuary 27, 2016
    Super fresh, amazing service, delicious tuna umami and salmon bowls. Went back 3 days in a row
  • Helen K.heart icon on user image
    Helen KangMarch 6, 2016
    Never had Poké before but it was pretty good! I had the tuna burrito, about $11 totally worth it.
  • Nancy L.heart icon on user image
    Nancy LoDecember 24, 2016
    Ordered a poke bowl as opposed to the famous poke burrito. It was great but the portions were smaller than I expected.
  • Twinkle D.heart icon on user image
    Twinkle DenoyoJanuary 26, 2017
    Tiny little spot for reaaally good poke, very affordable too. Loved the spicy ahi tuna
  • Beth K.heart icon on user image
    Beth KDecember 19, 2015
    Super fresh, yummy and fast! A taste of hawaii. Try the poke burrito, genius idea.
  • Lillianheart icon on user image
    LillianJanuary 18, 2016
    Got the Hawaiian classic but asked to mix tuna with salmon. Looking forward to trying more.
  • Andrew 👀 W.heart icon on user image
    Andrew 👀 WongFebruary 4, 2016
    No "fast food" place is good enough for a 1-hour wait. All that time wasted for a mediocre fish/rice/salad mix served up in Chipotle fashion, not even half as good as real Hawaiian poke. Never again.
  • Colin L.heart icon on user image
    Colin LeeSeptember 24, 2016
    Hawaiian classic. You can customize the order however way you want..limited seating here though (5 seats)
  • Luke
    LukeFebruary 23, 2016
    Fresh and tasty. Go with a game plan and be prepared to wait in line a bit.
  • Angelina Z.heart icon on user image
    Angelina ZeppieriJanuary 30, 2016
    great poke bowls! make your own or pick off the delicious menu
  • Raquelle J.heart icon on user image
    Raquelle JessieMay 18, 2016
    ahi tuna+tobiko+brown rice+sriracha aoli+mango+cucumber+avocado+lotus chips+spicy sriracha + sesame sauce = shangri la
  • James
    JamesApril 15, 2016
    Umami bowl was so good. Ask for a side of Spicy Aioli!
  • Cynthia L.heart icon on user image
    Cynthia LinFebruary 11, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Perfect for lunch! Salad with Salmon with ponzu sauce
  • Tea H.heart icon on user image
    Tea HoMay 28, 2016
    The bowls are delicious but the lines are always too long because the staff is incredibly disorganized. I shouldn't have to repeat my order to 5 different people in order to get something made.
  • Anthony C.heart icon on user image
    Anthony ChoulouteAugust 7, 2019
    Get the Hawaiian Classic Bowl if it's your 1st visit.
  • Sharon T.heart icon on user image
    Sharon TsaoFebruary 7, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    Food is really good! But they need to work on their operations...
  • Hankheart icon on user image
    HankJanuary 10, 2016
    In deconstructing poke, the authenticity is gone. Now anyone can do it "subway" style. Still.. Better than no poke.
  • Julieheart icon on user image
    JulieJanuary 13, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Simply delicious and friendly staff. Worth the wait in line!
  • Nitzan B.heart icon on user image
    Nitzan BMay 13, 2016
    Huge line at lunch time. Pick ups are available only if you order 24 hours in advance!
  • Jackie L.heart icon on user image
    Jackie LhoApril 20, 2016
    Ridiculously long line to get some very average poke. I wanted to try it based on all the hype, but Sons of Thunder is far superior, cleaner, and worth your time.
  • Datrianna M.heart icon on user image
    Datrianna MeeksMarch 31, 2016
    Make your own bowl or burrito! Get all the mix-ins
  • Matthew H.heart icon on user image
    Matthew HuieFebruary 4, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Not bad for Subway/Chipotle-style poke!  The umami classic is a safe choice.
  • JT R.
    JT ReddickApril 27, 2016
    CO treated Tuna, unfresh Salmon, fake food toppings like crab meat and green seaweed salad........... Avoid for your health.
  • Monica K.
    Monica KingFebruary 11, 2016
    Rice was undercooked... Otherwise it was great to finally have some poké in NYC!
  • Mat B.heart icon on user image
    Mat BrownMay 30, 2016
    Come for the unnecessarily customizable poké; stay because you’re still waiting on line.
  • Rebecca C.heart icon on user image
    Rebecca ChadwickJanuary 15, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    Long line, but very worth it. Make your own bowl!
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    ginnnnnnny 🦀December 19, 2018
    Been here 10+ times
    Love the burrito
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