Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi in Detroit. To help you find the best Sushi located near you in Detroit, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Detroit’s Best Sushi:
The top rated Sushi in Detroit, MI are:
- Bash Original Izakaya – particularizes in giving the best sushi
- Maru Sushi & Grill – offers catering for your next event
- Joe Muer Seafood – has served the world’s most savory seafood
- PAO Detroit – is situated in the former Michigan Oriental Theater
- Midtown Shangri-La – particularizes in genuine Cantonese cuisine
Bash Original Izakaya
Bash Original Izakaya particularizes in giving the best sushi offerings in the state of Michigan. They have a broad variety of sushi arranged by the best sushi chefs in a beautiful setting in Detroit throughout from Wayne State University’s football field and directly across where the new basketball arena is being built. Visit and enjoy this new gem in Detroit’s restaurant crown.
Menu, Drinks, Parties, Catering, Gift Cards
“Absolutely amazing! The food and service were exceptional. The dining area had normal seating as well as Horigotatsu style seating which gives you a hint of the traditional Japanese dining experience. The sushi was fresh and very flavorful possibly some of the best sushi I have had. I got the Ruby, Volcano, and the Salmon on the Beach rolls.” – Christina Le T.
Maru Sushi & Grill
Maru Sushi & Grill offers catering for your next event. Get Maru signature rolls + hot hibachis, together with their favorite shareable delivered. Ideal for celebrations, corporate events, and social gatherings. Robert Song left his career twelve years ago in pursuit of making something he had been imagining for years. Along with comprehensive experience as a manager and sushi chef, Robert’s desire to do things a little bit differently drove him to leave his job, and to forge his own path.
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“On the pricy side but the ambiance is everything! Great food also!” – Austyn D.
Joe Muer Seafood
Joe Muer Seafood carries great pride in the classic style and service at their restaurants. They keep traditional rules of dining decorum to make sure an elegant and formal experience for every guest they serve. For over nine decades, it has served the world’s most savory seafood right there in Detroit. At the time, they have created an excellent reputation for the best culinary skills and elegant service. In recent years, they opened a second location in Bloomfield Hills to help serve mind-blowing demand in the Detroit Metro area.
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“Excellent service and a must-visit if you love fresh oysters. Many different kinds from both east and west coast. Beautiful views of the Detroit River. South African lobster was delicious. My son enjoyed fresh walleye. The great wine list and craft cocktails. Sushi bar too but we didn’t try any.” – Paula C.
PAO Detroit is situated in the former Michigan Oriental Theater, a space so rich in cultural history, they decided to preserve Detroit’s memories as part of their dining experience. The space has sat unoccupied since 1950. Presently, they reintroduce PAO the restaurant in the center of Grand Circus Park. The flavors of PAO draw upon Pan-Asian influences, cooperation of efforts by Chef Alex Farhat and the PAO culinary team. Their drink menu provides approachable, yet rare Asian spirits to be relished as classic favorites.
Menu, Private Events, Events, Gift Cards
“Awesome atmosphere and service! Was visiting Detroit from out of state and had no reservation, the hostess was really nice and found us a table upstairs! Great food and drinks! Our server Sonida was awesome and the best server ever! Great experience overall.” – N.K.
Midtown Shangri-La particularizes in genuine Cantonese cuisine and provides Dim Sum all day. Cholada Chan, the owner who moved from Thailand, possess an Oriental market for 20 years before going into the restaurant business. Chan got tired of going to Windsor for dim sum and that was the starting of Shangri-La some fifteen years ago. The piece of curry on the menu is a reflection of her heritage.
She was born in Thailand of Chinese parentage, and so there is a small selection of red, green, and massaman curry dishes with coconut milk, kaffir lime, and Thai basil in a few of the cuisine on the menu.
Menus, Carry-Out, Dine-In
“The quality of service here has never once failed to impress. And the place is always clean clean clean. The food is always fresh and the prices very reasonable. I trust this place to serve up the best Asian cuisine consistently and their sushi is FANTASTIC! Go check them out. You’ll agree. It’s so good.” – John M.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.