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Review: Mi Sushi & Noodles satisfies

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Mi Sushi & Noodles is located at 3340 E. Lake Lansing Road in East Lansing. Photo by Mallory Stiles

Mallory Stiles

Five out of Five Stars

By Mallory Stiles
Associate Editor

Sushi lovers all have that one story; the story where they went to that hole in the wall on a recommendation of a friend of a friend, and were never the same. This is not that. Swear.

Mi Sushi & Noodles, located at 3340 E. Lake Lansing Road in East Lansing, is one of the best sushi spots in the Lansing area. However it’s a little hidden, inviting people to forget the cuteness of the space and the freshness of the food.

The menu offers several types of sushi bowls, burritos, curries and rolls; there is also an extensive ramen list for heat-seeking and plain tastes alike. There is shrimp, squid, octopus, yellowtail … you name it, and Mi Sushi has it.

On my most recent visit, I choose a Shrimp Tempura Burrito, which on the menu has a pepper next to it to indicate spice. But in reality, it has more of a creamy tanginess versus a spicy flavor, and it was delicious as always.

Sushi is always filling, but this burrito presents a special challenge because there is so much. However it is so delicious you forget its enormity and just keep eating.

This burrito has shrimp tempura, crab salad, cabbage, avocado, carrots, takuwan and spicy mayo. The mayo compliments the tempura perfectly. The carrots just add a little something extra, which I don’t think they have yet made a word to describe.

The service is always swift and precise to avoid any errors or unhappy customers. I have never seen one sad face leave. And with all the times I have eaten in and taken out, I have never had an order mishap.

Mi Sushi & Noodles is also vegan friendly, offering a little something for anyone who walks in with an appetite. Chop sticks, soy sauce, side ginger and side wasabi are served with every meal to give you the full experience of a Japanese-influenced restaurant.

So, whether it’s for a few California Rolls or a cup of Passion Fruit Orange Honey Tea, drive down Lake Lansing and give Mi Sushi & Noodles a shot. I bet you will love it as much as I do.

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