Where is the Best Place for Sushi?

Vote in the poll, leave a comment below and submit a review to let us know your Readers' Choice pick for the best place for sushi in Grosse Pointe.

We're on a quest to rate the best of the best in Grosse Pointe.

This week, we're talking about the best place for sushi.

Vote for your favorite Readers’ Choice place in the poll below by 9 a.m. Friday, tell what it is about your favorite spot you like best and leave a review on our site. We'll post a story later that day declaring the winner.

If we missed your favorite place in Grosse Pointe, let us know in the comments to nominate your choice.
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Lindsey Erin Scopel Nader May 15, 2012 at 05:34 PM
There is no true "sushi" available in Grosse Pointe, which is very disappointing. Although the fish is fresh at TN Thai, neither Dylan's nor BlueFin should be proud to be known for their sushi. I would never take a Japanese client/friend to GP, or a true sushi expert.
E May 16, 2012 at 04:06 AM
Totally agree! Grosse Pointe is NOT the place you want to go for good sushi. Noble Fish is the best and most authentic in Michigan.
John smith May 16, 2012 at 03:16 PM
What is true sushi?? Authentic Japanese sushi if that's what u mean you are write not around GP cause not many like it!! This is American sushi hence California roll! I think all restaurants do a good job all fish comes from the same suppliers unless someone is using old product it's all the same! Sauces and other ingredients is really the only thing to set them apart.. Anyone have good things to say about our GP restaurants ?? So that they may continue to stay in Buisness
Joe Bologna May 16, 2012 at 03:31 PM
Correct. None of it is "authentic". That's why I go to Kroger in the Village for sushi.
John smith May 16, 2012 at 06:06 PM
BLUFIN hands down
Positive patty May 16, 2012 at 09:32 PM
Blufin is by far the best sushi in gp the service was great and very informative our rolls were awesome, the Blufin and summertime rolls are my favorite even the owner was nice, and they have great deals for happy hour too I would definitly recommend Blufin sushi
mrmicro May 17, 2012 at 02:16 AM
I wanted to try sushi for the first time..my family was in town fron San Diego..they love the stuff..so we went to the blufin..I tried it and it was awesome, I also tried the crabcakes..super absolutley super
Sara May 17, 2012 at 02:39 AM
Met up with some girlfriends for lunch sat on the patio which was cute and nice, I always enjoy the crab rangoons the sushi was great!! I enjoy it every time thanks chef lucky Blufin hands down for sure
E May 18, 2012 at 11:42 PM
Noble Fish supplies to most of the sushi places in the area, thus they have the freshest fish because it comes to them first. And just because it's sushi in America, doesn't mean it has to be sub-par. What about sashimi or nigiri, when there is no sauce or ingredients to set them apart? Then it's all about the freshness of the fish. And just because we said that GP has a poor selection of sushi restaurants doesn't mean that we don't have any good things to say about GP restaurants in general..


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