Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Canton. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Canton, officially the Charter Township of Canton, is a charter township of Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is located about 8 miles (13 km) west of the city limits of Detroit and 8 miles (13 km) east of the city limits of Ann Arbor. As of the 2010 census, the township had a population of 90,173, making it Michigan's second largest township and eleventh largest community. Canton is ranked as 96th highest-income place in the United States with a population of 50,000 or more. Canton Township is also consistently ranked as one of the safest cities in the United States, as well as in the state of Michigan. In 2015, the township was ranked as the 29th safest city in America. Canton is one of Michigan's fastest growing communities.
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4 based on 11 reviews
We ordered food to take out. Veg Biryani was tasty and was good portion for the price. The paneer dish was tasty but too small a portion for the price. Prices here are higher than the Farmington Hills location.
4 based on 31 reviews
Ordered carry-out recently (thankfully because there is minimal seating and you couldn't carry on a conversation over the blaring Chinese game show on the TV). We ordered 2 large wonton soups, chicken & broccoli, chicken & shrimp with vegetables, and chicken & vegetables. I was hoping for Gai Kow but the waitress looked at me like I was crazy and suggested this after I told her that I was looking for chicken with vegetables. The wonton broth was chocolate brown and the wontons tasted gritty, like undercooked pasta. They don't have egg rolls, just spring rolls which were also undercooked. The chicken and broccoli was ok, but the chicken and shrimp with vegetables was awful. Heavily breaded rubbery pieces of chicken in a very rich and salty brown sauce. There were maybe 5 baby shrimp and the vegetables consisted of diced (hard) carrots, celery and a few water chestnuts. Same could be said for the chicken and vegetables minus the shrimp. We had a few bites and then tossed it. Quite disappointing
4 based on 22 reviews
We have eaten at Chopstick House for 7 years. Always the same orders and they have even delivered. My daughter got Tofu and there was a bug on the tofu. We called and asked them to send us a new one - it was delivered so we wanted it delivered. They told us they were busy and we would have to wait to get our bug free replacement meal. 3 hours later they showed up. THREE hours! They wanted the food with the bug because they did not believe us that there was a bug - there were actually MULTIPLE bugs stuck to the tofu. We dug it out of the trash - put it in a zip lock and gave it to them. When they left - my daughter opened her new tofu and THERE WERE BUGS IN IT!! I was SO mad that I had to wait to call them back. When I finally calmed down I called and told them. Again - they were so surprised. They offered to let me come in and they would pay for her meal next time. I said NO WAY. we are never coming back. They lost a loyal customer. Anyone know a good Chinese restaurant in Canton?? I'm in the market for a new one.
4 based on 36 reviews
I visited this tiny Japanese noodle place twice by recommendations from friends. It's surprised me that there're lots of choices just for ramen noodle: soy sauce soup, miso soup, pork soup, etc. I have tried pork soup noodle and vegetable soy sauce soup. The taste for me was ok since I don't have lots of experience on the remen noodle but the material were fresh. The lunch set were great deal includes noodle, fried rice or dumplings. The lunch time was kind of busy there.
4 based on 36 reviews
I dined recently at Izakaya Sanpei on November 9th, 2017 @ approximately 6:30pm. Let me also state that I have frequented this establishment multiple times over the last decade. Our group, which consisted of both Japanese, American and Indonesian members, was warmly greeted upon entry in the customary Izakaya manner. We were promptly seated. My visits are typically always on Mon-Fri, thus I have never had a wait.Our menu choices consisted of the following: Tako Wasabizuke, Shishamo, Mix Chazuke, Chasu Ramen and Nabeyaki Udon. All menu items were promptly served, thus temperature and delivery appearance were typical for these types of Japanese cuisine. The quality of our meals and appetizers were very consistent for the Novi/Canton, Michigan area. Our waitress (Michi) has been a consistent and pleasurable dining support person on many occasions to Izakaya Sanpei.The taste was very flavorful during our most recent visit. Serving size is well-proportioned. This Japanese dining choice remains a consistent option if you are in this area. Reasonable amount of seating and wait staff are available. A full bar menu is also an option. Including draft beer, appetizer and three (3) main dish choices our bill was just under $65.00 USD.Izakaya Sanpei is a reliable choice for Japanese food in the Canton/Novi area.
4 based on 42 reviews
We haven't been to Lai Thai for a while - - no particular reason we stopped coming. Currently, there are several other Thai options close by. We have tried most - in comparison to the others, this is good / average. It seems to be consistent from what I remember from previous visits. We had Chicken Pad Thai carry out, medium spicy. The chicken tasted as though it was added at the end and hadn't absorbed much of the spiciness.
4 based on 45 reviews
Stir-fry restaurant where you can create-your-own bowl from a selection of over 80 fresh ingredients.
The Canton location is our preferred location, since if you try the Downtown Ann Arbor location, it is larger (and more lively), but parking tends to be an occasional problem. This location has plenty of parking, being in an outside mall. Get the lettuce for making wraps of your food, instead of the flour tortillas.
4 based on 32 reviews
I was presently surprised to find this small Japanese restaurant amongst so many others. Most of the lunch time clientele were Japanese workers from local companies stopping in to have a home style lunch. This in itself showed me the food was authentic. I had their bento lunch which included excellent tempura and sashimi. The accompanying potato salad was wonderful as well. Service was very attentive and kept my tea and water filled. I will definitely return for another meal.
4 based on 34 reviews
I think Kabuki just became our favorite Asian cuisine restaurant-of-choice in the Plymouth-Canton area. I ordered the Kabuki Bento, which was excellent. My wife's dinner was also very enjoyable. Service was good and friendly. With two entrees and one bottle of wine, we were out the door at $55.60 plus tip.Kabuki's space is small. If you value privacy or dislike being somewhat crowded in a restaurant, suggest you do their take-out and enjoy their food at home. That's what we will be doing in the future. Highly Recommended!
4 based on 137 reviews
Dined here for the first time this past month, and the food was wonderful. We had crab rangoon for the appetizer, and it was nothing short of delicious. The sauce was divine. Egg rolls were also top notch. I had General Tso's Chicken for the main dish, and it was an enormous portion. (I took it home and split that into two more meals, and I typically eat larger portions than most people I know!) It was just as good reheated. I really appreciated the option to choose your spiciness, as I can't handle a lot of spice. I chose "slightly hot" and it was almost too hot for me, but the rice made it just perfect. On top of the fantastic food, service was exceptionally fast.
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