Wasabi Korean and Japanese Cuisine serves some of the best far-Eastern cuisine in all of Detroit. Culinary delicacies here include sushi so artfully arranged it’s practically a crime to defile and Korean kalbi that gives even the best western ribs a run for their money. Wasabi gives you an excellent bang for your buck on most menu items, making them an ideal candidate for regular takeout sushi and sashimi. Other takeout options at Wasabi include the deliciously varied lunch box, which features beef, salmon, rice, kimchi, and veggie rolls that are lovingly cooked and assembled to picturesque perfection. As to the drinks, Wasabi is one of the few places around to serve true-blue Japanese Sapporo, an interesting new taste for people who’ve never had Japanese beer before.
New Seoul Garden’s chefs conduct culinary tours of East Asia without setting foot on the continent. Instead, they bring the food stateside through a hefty menu of Korean and Japanese specialties, including barbecue and sushi. Like shark-themed mylar balloons, most of their entrees celebrate seafood such as sushi with squid and salmon, though many plates star beef or chicken. Hot-pot dishes actually simmer at the table; rolls of soft-shell crab or sweet shrimp come into being at the sushi bar. The restaurant's interior itself bespeaks Asian roots; spindly tree branches open toward a skylight and several low tables are ringed with mats or seats for sitting on the floor. East Asian fans and artwork cover the walls, culminating in a rooftop tier that evokes a pagoda.
Since 1988, Charlie Kangs Restaurant has treated its customers to hearty, homey Korean and Chinese cuisine. Tender morsels of beef, fresh veggies, and fried egg bubble in stone bowls of bibimbap, and jajangmyeon noodles glisten with a savory black-soybean sauce.
Sushi Kami's chefs bring the distinct flavors of Southeast Asia to metro Detroit as they craft entrees using Japanese and Korean cooking techniques. They carefully carve fresh eel and king crab into exotic maki, sushi, or specialty rolls. The multitalented chefs also assemble customized bento boxes during lunch service, filling each compartment with chicken katsu, sauce, and a series of smaller bento boxes.
Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Fourteen East Cafe will perk you right up. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Fourteen East Cafe is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Get your whole crew together at Fourteen East Cafe, offering lots of special space for larger parties. Need to catch up on some work or the latest news? Get online at Fourteen East Cafe with their complimentary wifi.
No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Fourteen East Cafe — it's strictly casual. Fourteen East Cafe can also cater your next party; call today for details. You can also grab your food to go.
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You won't get sticker shock from your bill at Fourteen East Cafe — prices are usually less than $15. You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card.
The fare in an average lunch box is typically nothing to get very excited about, as it usually consists of convenient foods such as leftovers or crumbs found in between the couch cushions. But Tomo's bento boxes break the mold and eschew the cartoon characters, too. In each box, the chef pairs the sushi or sashimi of the day with gyoza, inari—fried tofu—barbecue beef, or tempura. Boxes are complemented by orders of baked mussels, fried chicken wings, and mushrooms stuffed with spicy tuna.