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Detroit City Limits | What's Going on in Detroit

02Nov

Anyong Haseyo - Konnichiwa

 

 

 

 

When it comes to experiencing great restaurants in Detroit, Midtown is the gift that keeps on giving! This time, I was fortunate to try Wasabi Korean and Japanese restaurant. They are located in the Park Shelton, at Kiby and Woodward, across from the Detroit Historical Museum. The atmosphere was pretty low key with casual patrons mixed with those in dresses and suits. I ordered the California roll with a side of spring rolls. The California roll was fresh and tasty. The spring rolls were amazing and were served with a dipping sauce that moved me. I don’t know why, but being there made me feel a little more hip. Wasabi also has a bar. I’m definitely going back to Wasabi for some more great food!

~Russell Bisinger

 

Photos courtesy of Russ Bisinger

 

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