This sleek East Village eatery opened in May and is everything you want in a poke stop: It's quick and efficient, design-forward and drenched in natural light, with style for days and a clean, chic appeal. It was evident from the get-go that chefs Tai Nguyen and Vuthy Srey had crafted a menu a notch above the competition, and you should expect the unexpected: housemade tinctures in dropper bottles, sprouts so fresh they're still in planters, jars of furikake and more glitzy add-ons for building your own bowl. But it's the signature poke that delights: The yellowtail truffle bowl arrives like a work of art, with a nest of delicately dried, ruby-hued chile pepper ito togarashi elegantly placed atop a mosaic of fresh fish, cilantro, pepper, masago (roe) and speckled puff rice. Salmon ponzu is brightened by garlic and vibrant orange, and tuna aioli gets a tangy assist from Thai chile and fried shallots, all of it beautifully plated. Not too shabby for a $10 bowl, but you'll also want to nab a bag of ube (purple yam) or matcha (green tea) "rice cripsy" treats and a cup of Maine Root soda — prickly pear lemonade for the win — to round out the best poke experience in town.