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Thursday's Top 7: The best sushi spots in metro Detroit

Posted: 4:30 AM, May 09, 2019
Updated: 2019-05-09 06:41:29-04

(WXYZ) — Whether you want to lose weight or are looking for a way to liven up your dinner plate, you may want to consider sushi. It can be low calorie, low in fat and bad cholesterol. But since sushi often includes raw fish, you don't want to buy it just anywhere.

Here are the top 7 sushi spots in metro Detroit, according to our 7 Action News viewers. It's our Thursday's Top 7.

#7 AJISHIN JAPANESE RESTAURANT - NOVI
Ajishin Japanese restaurant in Novi is number 7 on our list. People say both the food and the prices are excellent! This places can get packed!

#6 ADACHI - BIRMINGHAM
6th is Adachi in Birmingham. It's in the historic Ford-Peabody mansion. Adachi is less than a year old but already a big fish on the sushi scene. The food is influenced by French and Japanese cuisine.

#5 SHARAKU - WEST BLOOMFIELD
Eastern dining meets West Bloomfield at Sharaku. It's number 5 on our list. The folks here say tradition and authenticity set them apart. Customers say the crowd is lively and the sushi is to die for!

#4 TAKE SUSHI - ROCHESTER
Rochester Hill's cozy Take Sushi lands in the 4th spot. It's described as affordable and delicious, busy, but welcoming. It's a great place for the whole family.

#3 BLUFIN SUSHI - GROSSE POINTE FARMS
Blufin Sushi in Grosse Pointe Farms cracks the top 3. Coupled with handcrafted cocktails and a happy hour with half off sushi, Blufin is the go-to sushi spot in the Grosse Pointes.

#2 ASAHI SUSHI - CLINTON TWP.
Our runner-up is Asahi Sushi in Clinton Township. It's an awesome Asian assembly of Japanese and Korean cuisine. The dishes here are pleasing to the eye and to the palate!

#1 NOBLE FISH - CLAWSON
The #1 sushi spot is Noble Fish in Clawson.

Noble Fish has a reputation of having the freshest sushi around and is a magnet for sushi savorers far and wide. And customers are willing to wait according to sushi chef Michael Stack.

"Oh yeah. There are people who wait two to three hours sometimes and they have no problem," says Stack. "That's why we're gearing up for an expansion next door."

The wait will be a little better now that Noble Fish has expanded. They have a larger seating area for dine-in customers and now can serve twice as many as before.