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The 12 Days of Poke: Seamore’s

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Eater’s senior critic continues his survey of NYC’s trendiest dish

On the Eight Day of Poke, My True Love Gave to Me…

Poke at Seamore’s: I was frankly intrigued with the idea of chips served with poke, so when I dropped by casual seafooder Seamore’s (which is reputed to have a poke window, but it’s really more of a poke door), I was faced with a choice of rice or chips as the base — and picked chips. They turned out to be blue tortilla chips, and lots of ‘em. Though the poke cost $16, the serving was rather meager with lots of shredded cabbage underneath, and the ahi was not at the peak of freshness. I thanked My True Love with a kiss anyway. 390 Broome St, 212-730-6005

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Seamore's

250 Vesey Street, Manhattan, NY 10281 (646) 585-7380 Visit Website

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