Japanese Restaurants in Windsor

$12 for $20 Worth of Korean and Japanese Food at New Seoul Garden

New Seoul Garden

New Seoul Garden Restaurant

Seafood and meat dishes inspired by Korea and Japan, including sushi, barbecue, and hot pots prepared tableside

$20 $12

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$15.75 for $30 Worth of Japanese and Korean Food for Dinner at Tomo

Tomo

Troy

Authentic Japanese food and specialty sushi rolls, such as the Empire roll with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, avocado, and eel sauce

$30 $15.75

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Asian Dinner for Two or Four at Cafe Sushi (Up to 41% Off)

Cafe Sushi

Troy

Mongolian beef, Thai-inspired spring rolls, and chili tofu to go with 30 specialty sushi rolls

$50 $30

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$18 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food for Dinner at Ninja Sushi

Ninja Sushi

West Bloomfield

Sushi rolls with grilled unagi and fresh fish, as well as Japanese entrees such as beef teriyaki and seafood tempura

$30 $18

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$24 for $40 Worth of Sushi, Japanese Food, and Drinks for Dinner at Yotsuba

Yotsuba

West Bloomfield Township

Extensive menu features gyoza with spicy dipping sauce, grilled mackarel, roasted duck, seafood ramen, and nearly 30 house sushi rolls

$40 $24

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi, Japanese Cuisine, and Drinks at Yotsuba

Yotsuba

Multiple Locations

Organic seaweed wraps sushi rolls sprinkled in housemade low-sodium soy sauce; lightly fried shrimp- and vegetable-tempura dinners

$40 $22

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$15.75 for $30 Worth of Japanese and Korean Food for Dinner at Tomo

Tomo

Plymouth

Authentic Japanese food and specialty sushi rolls, such as the Empire roll with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, avocado, and eel sauce

$30 $15.75

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Hibachi Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Wasabi Hibachi Steakhouse (Up to 47% Off)

Wasabi Hibachi Steakhouse

Novi

Chefs cook right in front of diners at this Hibachi restaurant in Novi, which serves Japanese comfort food, such as teriyaki filet mignon

$10 $5.50

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$15.50 for $24 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Dinner at Koto Buki

KotoBuki

Sylvania

Traditional and specialty sushi rolls adorn tables alongside veggie tempura, rice, noodle, and teriyaki dishes

$24 $15.50

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Japanese Hibachi Grill Fare and Sushi at Ichiban Japanese Bistro & Steak House (Up to 45% Off)

Ichiban Japanese Bistro & Steak House

Grand Blanc

Watch chefs chop, flip, and saute vegetables, steak, or seafood on the table-side hibachi grill; sushi and Japanese fare available

$20 $11

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$8 for $15 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine for Lunch at Spicy Tuna

Spicy Tuna

Holland

Lunch menu includes cashew chicken and a teriyaki-beef lunch box

$15 $8

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Iguana Sushi Bar's each delight senses with artfully prepared sushi, tempura, and nigiri. Arrive with the verve of a talk show host and seat your special guest before beginning a sushi-centric back and forth to decide on two small rolls such as the spicy crab ($7) and lightly crunchy shrimp tempura ($9.50) eagerly awaiting a skinny dip into Iguana's signature sauce. With chopsticks or sterilized knitting needles in hand, diners can go diving through a bowl of miso ($3.50) and then roll a six-sided die to decide upon a large specialty roll divvied up into 8 to 10 pieces. The volcano roll erupts with spicy crab, sweet potato, tempura, and fish roe ($16.50), and the black widow roll weaves a web of flavour with tempura, eel, smoked salmon, shrimp tempura, avocado, and cream cheese ($16).

33 Chatham Street East
Windsor,
ON
CA

Step into Detroit’s flavorful history at Joe Muer Seafood. Originally established in 1929, Joe Muer’s has been serving excellent seafood for longer than many people have been alive! In 2005, the restaurant reemerged in a new, vibrant way. Now, diners saunter over to the raw oyster bar without a care in the world while others may find their preference at the sushi bar. Entertainment is a staple at Joe Muer’s with the piano bar, and relaxation after a hard day’s work can be found at the lounge. Business casual attire is requested, whether dining for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. For an exclusive dining experience, obtain the Ship Room or the Riverfront Room at Joe Muer’s Seafood for a beautiful setting. Even the most austere wine collector will be overwhelmed by the amount of wine options available. Once the perfect glass of wine has been chosen, guests must then choose an exquisitely plated dish. A rack of lamb is never a bad choice. Experience elegance in the Motor City at Joe Muer’s Seafood.

400 Renaissance Ctr
Detroit,
MI
US

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.

15 E Kirby St
Detroit,
MI
US

For a traditional Cantonese dim sum experience in a uniquely American restaurant, give this spot a try. Since opening in 1995, their wide selection of dishes from around Southeast Asia has been a favorite amongst the local crowd. If you’re in the mood for Thai food, the red, green and Massaman curries are all derived from traditional recipes with authentic flavors. If you’d prefer sushi, a full menu is available to curb your appetite as well. The star of the show, however, is the extensive, authentic dim sum menu, which has all of your traditional favorites served up just as they are throughout Southeast China.

4710 Cass Ave
Detroit,
MI
US

• For $43, you get a two-course dinner and wine for two (up to an $87.50 value). Click here for an overview of the courses. • For $80, you get a two-course dinner and wine for four (up to a $174 value). Click here for an overview of the courses. • For $119, you get a two-course dinner and wine for six (up to a $276.50 value). Click here for an overview of the courses.

525 W Lafayette Blvd
Detroit,
MI
US

At Dylan’s, customers find themselves contemplating a generous spread of entrees and tapas, sushi, and an extensive wine list. For starters, patrons can slurp a bowl of clam chowder ($7) or chomp on single pieces of red-snapper (tai, $3), bluefin-tuna (toro, $8), or squid (ika, $2.75) sushi, then transition to a plate of lobster mac 'n' cheese ($8) or flash-fried coconut shrimp with pepper jelly ($11). After a sweet helping of Japanese– inari tofu-vegetable rolls (6 pieces, $5) or a squid-and-octopus tako salad ($7.50), omnivorous eaters can set their appetites at ease with a serving of beef-tenderloin tips tossed with whole-wheat pasta ($20), a 12-piece sashimi combination plate ($22.50) served with sushi rice, or a platter of frog legs ($15) in hot-pink leotards. Clogged body pipes can then be flushed with a glass of Cartlidge & Browne sauvignon blanc ($9), Latour chardonnay ($7), or Montoya pinot noir ($9).

15402 Mack Ave
Grosse Pointe Park,
MI
US