Saica Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 1733 Plymouth Rd

    Ann Arbor, MI 48105

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  • 734-769-1212

About Saica Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Sat. 11:30am - 2:30pm;Sun. 5pm - 10pm

Food

Food
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If you pay attention, you will find many comments are totally useless. They were written by the owner's people. This place is terrible, trust me, the taste is not bad, but not clean. And the owner is Korean, not Japanese.

Many people got sick after having food there. I hope some departments can pay attention to this restaurant, I once had a chance to see its kitchen, it is very mess and dirty. Besides, the owner hires many international students, who is not allowed working here. (They can only work on campus.) Anyway, I suggest everyone not to go there, I personally had a bad experience. Believe or not, I warn you guys seriously.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you pay attention, you will find many comments are totally useless. They were written by the owner's people. This place is terrible, trust me, the taste is not bad, but not clean. And the owner is Korean, not Japanese.

Many people got sick after having food there. I hope some departments can pay attention to this restaurant, I once had a chance to see its kitchen, it is very mess and dirty. Besides, the owner hires many international students, who is not allowed working here. (They can only work on campus.) Anyway, I suggest everyone not to go there, I personally had a bad experience. Believe or not, I warn you guys seriously.

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I was very happy with the sushi roll until I found the dead spider in my soup. When I told them they didn't care. Just said that it can happen when the bowls are stored for a while.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was very happy with the sushi roll until I found the dead spider in my soup. When I told them they didn't care. Just said that it can happen when the bowls are stored for a while.

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The sushi and sashimi here will put you out of the world. The fish there are so fresh and prepared in a right portion. For those of you who are familiar with sushi/sashimi, you would know what I am talking about to have the right size of the sushi for your mouth or sashimi cut into a perfect slice (not too thick or thin). They have tons of special rolls. Spicy shrimp tempura roll is a must. Vast variety of beer and wine selections. Average price for Japanese food. The kitchen food is also great. Chabu Chabu and Yose Nabe are something you want to try for hot-pot lovers. Plenty of parking spots, neat decoration with a fusion style. They also have a long table to host a party of 20+ people. Lovely wait staffs and the sushi chefs (Mr. Na and Mr. Park) are so kind. They are willing to make special dishes for you when they are not busy. Just challenge them and they will respond to your request. These guys know much more about Japanese food than they put down on the menu. Much more I can say, but you may as well go try it yourself...

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★★★★★

The sushi and sashimi here will put you out of the world. The fish there are so fresh and prepared in a right portion. For those of you who are familiar with sushi/sashimi, you would know what I am talking about to have the right size of the sushi for your mouth or sashimi cut into a perfect slice (not too thick or thin). They have tons of special rolls. Spicy shrimp tempura roll is a must. Vast variety of beer and wine selections. Average price for Japanese food. The kitchen food is also great. Chabu Chabu and Yose Nabe are something you want to try for hot-pot lovers. Plenty of parking spots, neat decoration with a fusion style. They also have a long table to host a party of 20+ people. Lovely wait staffs and the sushi chefs (Mr. Na and Mr. Park) are so kind. They are willing to make special dishes for you when they are not busy. Just challenge them and they will respond to your request. These guys know much more about Japanese food than they put down on the menu. Much more I can say, but you may as well go try it yourself...

Pros: Food, service, parking, average pricing

Cons: None

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I'm a sushi lover. I've been to so many sushi restaurants in Ann Arbor, and found it the best in town so far. The raw fish are very fresh, and unlike many places, it comes in big piece. Shrimp tempura is original --hmm yummy, unlike those served at Chinese restaurants. The foods are quite expensive though. The place is usually crowded so the foods are slow and the waitstaff doesn't pay you enough attention.

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★★★★★

I'm a sushi lover. I've been to so many sushi restaurants in Ann Arbor, and found it the best in town so far. The raw fish are very fresh, and unlike many places, it comes in big piece. Shrimp tempura is original --hmm yummy, unlike those served at Chinese restaurants. The foods are quite expensive though. The place is usually crowded so the foods are slow and the waitstaff doesn't pay you enough attention.

Pros: Great sushi, Parking available

Cons: Slow, Expensive

 

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