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Sushi Restaurants In Lansing

Mapped Restaurants Lansing

Sushi Q Sushi Q Lansing 3 Star Rating

1139 E Grand River Ave East lansing
(517) 588-6128

Lansing American Restaurant near Lake Lansing Rd And N Hagadorn Rd

Ukai Japanese Steak House Ukai Japanese Steak House Lansing 3 Star Rating

2167 W Grand River Ave Okemos
(517) 349-0820

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Hillcrest Ave And W Grand River Ave offering dine in

Korea House Korea House Lansing 3 Star Rating

978 Trowbridge Rd East lansing
(517) 332-0608

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Trowbridge Rd And S Harrison Rd

Akagi Sushi Akagi Sushi Lansing 3 Star Rating

1754 Central Park Dr Okemos
(517) 882-1777

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Dobie Rd And Dobie Cir

Sushi Moto Sushi Moto Lansing 3 Star Rating

436 Elmwood Rd Lansing
(517) 580-4321

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Elmwood Dr And I- 69 Bus

Udon Sushi Restaurant Udon Sushi Restaurant Lansing 3 Star Rating

134 N Harrison Rd Ste A East lansing
(517) 332-5995

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Harrison Ave And Michigan Ave offering dine in

Sushi Go Sushi Go Lansing 3 Star Rating

553 E Grand River Ave East lansing
(517) 588-6066

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near Lake Lansing Rd And N Hagadorn Rd

Sushiya Sushiya Lansing 3 Star Rating

124 W Grand River Ave East lansing
(517) 664-1721

Lansing Japanese Restaurant near W Grand River Ave And Evergreen Ave

Sushi Restaurants Lansing

Sushi is a very versatile dish, which one of the reasons for its well-deserved popularity. Most capitals of the world, from China to Lansing, have more than one sushi restaurant in its region. It can contain anything from crisp vegetables, juicy fruit, and fresh seafood, to more unconventional elements such as cream cheese and even chocolate! You can eat it as a snack on-the-go, or savor it more leisurely as part of a main meal in any Lansing sushi restaurant. The classic sushi is typically very healthy, as most authentic dishes of Japanese cuisine are, since it uses only the freshest ingredients and entails virtually no cooking. Thus, the vitamins and minerals are more preserved without any added fat, oil or even salt, making it appealing to health-buffs and weight-watchers alike.

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