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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
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Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Central Ann Arbor, Downtown Ann Arbor
AKA

Sushi. Come

Suhi Com

Categories
Asian Restaurants, Caterers, Japanese Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Caterers

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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KariganM

08/21/2011

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Sunday Afternoons

My husband, myself, and friends frequent Sushi. Come almost every Sunday afternoon. It is always quiet, as there aren't many people that come during this time, which is to my liking.
The waiters are always friendly, but can sometimes overlook our drink refills (I attribute this to us working out right before we come in, and drinking a whole glass before having our orders taken).
The food is always served fresh and hot, and always tastes great. It seems they are frequently out of (either mint or chocolate) Mochi , which is my companions favorite.
Our food always comes in a timely manner, and I am never dissatisfied when we leave.
They include a gratuity for parties of 6 or more, which is stated on the bottom pages of the menu.

lisadrew

08/10/2009

Overall
New owner-and new name

This place used to be called sushi.come, but the name changed with the new owner to sushi.com. They deliver sushi to the dorms (south and west quad) which is great-it beats pizza. Their prices are very good, and so is the sushi. They do a great job on a wide variety of sushi and sashimi and other Japanese menu items. The only negative can be the service, because when they're busy it is an extremely long wait to get your sushi-I waited 45 minutes one Saturday. So go on a slow day or time, or relax. The prices are unbeatable for the quality.

parksh525

10/09/2006

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Overall
Don't go here, beware the nasty owner!

Don't go this place, because your good spirit could be completely ruined by their nasty owner!

I had a nightmare experience at this restaurant yesterday when our family went for their all-you-can-eat sunday sushi buffet. After I finished two plates, the owner lady came to our table and literally said ""didn't you have enough already?"" My jaw dropped and I became speechless. I totally lost my appetite and got very upset. We stopped our meal, expressed our anger, and left the place quickly to save ourselves. During that process, she apologized for the remark once, but still had the nerve to charge a full 15% tip on our bill.
Thank you, sushi.come, for completely ruining our Sunday family lunch. You will never see a penny from me and my friends in the future.

There are better Japanese restaurants in Ann Arbor anyway, such as Totoro, Yotsuba, Cherry Blossom, so save yourself, avoid this place, and spend your money on better Japanese restaurants in the area.

barneye

12/10/2005

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Overall
Best Sushi in Ann Arbor: Name sucks, Dude

This place is the bomb. They let you bring your own beer (or at least they used to). The sushi is the best in Ann Arbor but that isn't saying much. Their Sunday Morning rolls have tempura and cream cheese are really good. I also recommend the Dragon Roll. You can catch up on your Top 40 hits while you enjoy a cheap brew and some ""unconventional"" sushi. Their help is very pleasant too. Cheap!

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