Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Walled Lake. Walled Lake is a city in the southern central portion of Commerce Township in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 6,999 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 78 reviews
The largest Japanese grocery store in Michigan, proud to bring Japanese cuisine and culture to the Novi area.
This is a really good , authentic Japanese market offering dry goods, fresh fish, vegetables, all kinds of frozen foods and really good take out sushi. One World Market also has a really good variety of fresh and dry Asian noodles, seaweed teas, sauces and pre-made products that are fairly priced and always available. The staff are always helpful and they're eager to make you happy. Highly recommend this place.
4 based on 149 reviews
Walked from daughter home to this small restaurant in a strip mall. What an incredible surprise!!! A good Malbec for 30 bucks was terrific and the portions are quite large. Had a 45 minute wait which was ok as we secured a small table in the bar with two chairs for the 4 of us. Brown rice, Thai green beans were yummy.
normally would go much closer to home. but on sunday, this is closest Thai that is open. Lucky for me, this got us to try this place. Super great quality, and the flavor is amazing. The place is simple----but the food is great. Good portions, fair prices. thanks
4 based on 33 reviews
Having been recommended to Sharaku by a Japanese lady this was my first visit to a Japanese restaurant I wasn't entirely sure what to expect.Luckily our server was very helpful and gave good advice, the food was excellent and the whole experience very enjoyable.I can thoroughly recommend Sharaku for a great Japanese experience, the restaurant is easy to find and there is plenty of parking available.
4 based on 163 reviews
This is a tiny, but super-authentic little place that probably only seats about 30-40 people. It's open for limited hours, and you'll almost always have to wait, but it's worth it! Super fresh sushi, and absolutely delicious Udon. If you don't want to wait, try going for a late weeknight dinner. Otherwise, arrive before they open for your best shot at a table. The place is always filled with Japanese nationals, who know this is the real deal. Affordably priced for the quality you get. I hate to give a good recommendation, as it will only get more crowded! :)
Excellent food, great service and great price. We've learned from our travels to various countries that the best places for great food are those the locals frequent. And Riki Sushi is that type of place. Whenever we been there, there are always Japanese eating or picking up orders. The chef is from India but lived in Japan and has a degree from a Tokyo culinary school. Thus the food is well prepared with a knowledge of how to fix food without sacrificing authentic Japanese style. Highly recommend the shrimp tempura and spicy sushi rolls.
4 based on 9 reviews
Hidden gem in Novi - a simple menu of sizzling platters of rice or noodles with your choice of meat and sauce, served in generous portions at a very reasonable price. The menu also has ramen noodle soups, bubble tea and amazing homemade shaved ice cream. Friendly, prompt service. Highly recommended for a quick lunch or dinner.
4 based on 23 reviews
This is the best Chinese restaurant. The takeout is always busy, you have to stand in line. Everything we've had was excellent.
4 based on 15 reviews
First time here. I am glad that I came. Great Sushi. Very fresh and tasty. It is a small place and not that fancy but I go for the food and the sushi was great.Prices good and the service was good.Can not wait to go back.
4 based on 25 reviews
Having moved to MI from the East Coast I have been trying to find an Asian restaurant that can match what the East has to offer. To date I have not been successful. I eventually got a recommendation for Haangs from a friend who was from Chicago and I was not disappointed. Every dish we have had to date has been very good to excellent and the price is as reasonable as one can hope for. Have been going there now for the past few months and dont see need to look any further. We have always had takeout but plan on eating in eventually.
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