I am very familiar with the excellent sushi at the Dearborn location, and was excited that the Novi location finally opened. They did a great job remodeling the old Ah Wok and turned it into a fresh, modern and well-lighted space. We were greeted and sat down promptly. The first thing I noticed is the menu is much more Korean-focused than the Dearborn location. I ordered a tuna roll and decided to try kimchi for the first time. I'm so glad I did, as it was a delicious and spicy stew. The tuna roll was as good as any sushi I've had at their Dearborn location. With the nearby location, friendly service and tasty food I'm really excited to come back and explore more dishes here.
While waiting for transportation home, my elderly parents stopped here for a glass of iced tea. The restaurant was not busy. The waitress was very rude. She said "this is a restaurant not a coffee shop and please remember this next time." I am appalled they were treated this way and guarantee they will not be back. It's very sad that elders are not respected here.
Love this place. Fresh sashimi. Delicious KBBQ. Only OSushi location with KBBQ!!!!
Super friendly staff. Only downside is that service can sometimes be a bit slow.
The atmosphere is super chill and relaxed. Everyone's enjoying their meal and hanging out with either friends or family.
New restaurant and I'm in love with the food! . Will keep coming back! :)
I've been to more sushi restaurants than I can count and many of them bear the same characteristics: they tend to cater to adults and they tend to offer a muted, even reserved, ambiance. Even when hosting our raucous lunch group, our fave sushi restaurant still tended towards a hushed atmosphere. Well, not O'Sushi. Located in the former Ah Wok location, the restaurant welcomed multi-generational families creating a fairly noisy space. The brightly lit restaurant was shiny and new. To the right are tables equipped with tabletop grills for those choosing the Korean barbecue option. To the left, upon entry, is the bar.
I eagerly flipped through the menu. Yes! They offer several different versions of ramen, including the one I was craving, Tonkotsu. Delicious noodles were served in a pork broth (which unfortunately did not offer depth of flavor), along with a boiled egg half, and sliced pork.
Additionally, I sampled the delicately fried shrimp tempura, served with vegetable tempura, sweet potato, onion, and green peppers. The dish was fine but not terrific.
I also sampled the Mother of California, which was a disappointment. Despite containing crab meat, avocado and cucumbers, it was rather bland (and missing the avocado topper).
Service was quick and friendly. The servers acted as a team and helped each other out refilling drinks, running out food, and clearing tables.