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The 12 Days of Poke: Mi-Ne Sushi Totoya

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

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Poke Salad at Mi-Ne Sushi Totoya: Sensing the popularity of poke, and realizing the dish isn’t much of a stretch for them, sushi bars are jumping on the fishwagon. This expat Japanese chain offers two different types of poke, and the poke salad, a $10 bargain, is really just yellowtail and salmon cubed atop a salad with the usual Japanese dressing, a configuration satisfying in its simplicity. 496 6th Ave, 917-675-6942

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MI-NE SUSHI NY

496 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011 (917) 675-6942 Visit Website

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