|Name:||Godaiko Japanese Restaurant|
|Address:||3115 Oak Valley Drive, Ann Arbor, MI|
| ||- Matti Jokelainen (email@example.com) [August 24th 1999]|
| ||"Horrible service. They tried to cheat our group by charging us 24% gratuity after taxes.
Great food but not satisfied and never returning.
| ||- [August 23rd 2004]|
| ||"Probably the most americanized japanese restaurant I've been to. Sushi presentation is not that bad, but selection is moderate with sashimi. Definitely overpriced. For that price, I suggest you try elsewhere.
| ||- Ken (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Oct 26th 2004]|
| ||"Godaiko is a very good restaurant. It has a tatami room for big groups with sliding screen doors. This is hard to find. This is mainly a restaurant for business men to have dinner meetings at. There is a charge for using the tatami room and having your own server. This is common, the charge is 24% of the total bill, which =$0 if you were in the mind set to leave 30% before you even arrive. To leave a low amount tip when renting a special room and the services of your own cute waitress is shameful and should not be done, however americans routinely do this at 15% which is why they began to charge 24%. I personally think it is to low for the services provided and should be 25%-30%. It is very difficult on the waitress to serve 10 or 20 americans all with special requests (another no-no) who remain for many hours then to receive a small tip and a big mess. This is the best deal around for tatami room. The few other tatami room restaurants have a minimum charge total for the bill. The sushi chefs are experts from japan and have been practicing for many years. I recommend this restaurant.
| ||- Experienced Michigan Japanese Restaurant Visitor [May 16th 2005]|
|Address:||106 S. First Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu: 11.30am-2pm, 5.30pm-10pm, Fri: 11.30am-2pm, 5.30pm-11pm, Sat: 5.30pm-11pm, Sun: 5pm-10pm|
| ||- Christoper Ballard (email@example.com) [June 1st 1998]|
| ||"Absolutely the best sushi my family has ever had. We regularly drive the 100 miles from
Battle Creek to Miki to enjoy the best sushi in Michigan (or Chicago, or anywhere!).
PS - And they welcome families with small children with open arms.
| ||- Doug Butler (firstname.lastname@example.org) [August 1st 2000]|
| ||"Miki is the BEST Japanese restaurant I have ever been to (and thats a whole lotta
restaurants). The food is EXSEPTIONALLY GOOD, the service is great, and the restaurant is great. A
| ||- Helen Shi (email@example.com) [April 5th 2002]|
|Address:||South University, Ann Arbor,MI|
|Reviews:||"Opened in September 2004
Awesome! Best I've had in or outside Ann Arbor. Definitely worth a try.
| ||- Robert Dargis (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Oct 5th 2004]|
| ||"Not a great experience, wasabi was weak, ginger had no kick and water to drink. Food looked good but had no taste. Service was horrible. They don't offer you 'complementary tea' you have to ask for it, then they only give you one cup; don't expect the waitress to check back after she serves you.
If you like your sushi with a bit of a kick and a glass of plum wine you will be sorely disappointed. "|
| ||- [June 8th 2006]|
| ||"Was visiting from Montreal. Had a great time. Food was very good and, good news, it was the first day the restaurant had a liquor permit. My 14 month old baby loved the teriyake salmon. All and all, a very satisfying experience.
| ||- Antoine Durocher (email@example.com) [Aug 16th 2006]|