This place has the best udon in southeast Michigan, and I've eaten udon at virtually every Japanese restaurant in the area. I also work with a number of Japanese expats, one of them who is a "foodie" took me here for my first visit. I go here at least once a week, the noodles, especially the soup, are peerless. Sushi is wonderful too and reasonably priced, but it's Japanese style: no giant slabs of fish that can't be eaten in one bite, and no ridiculous rolls that have been deep fried or slathered with cream cheese. Just straight up traditional Japanese sushi. If you like this sort of thing, you owe it to yourself to go here. If you go for lunch, you have to get there right when they open at 11:30 or wait until 1:45 or so, otherwise there is going to be a lengthy wait. Same deal with dinner, go early or late.
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