|Address:||116 Bailey St., East Lansing, MI 48823|
|Reviews:||"Top-drawer sushi. Chef George Shokinji provides first class fare, unrivaled in quality, freshness, presentation, and value. Fully licensed restaurant provides a full menu of traditional and new-age Japanese cuisine, in addition to the sushi bar."|
| ||- Dave Vick (email@example.com)|
| ||"Chef George is no longer there, and frankly I have been disappointed on my last
couple of visits.
| ||- Fred Helfrich (FHelfrich@SYMFinancial.com) [October 2nd 2000]|
| ||"Great atmosphere, you really forget you are in east lansing. Sushi is probably the best around.
| ||- Andrew (Hewitt121@yahoo.com) [March 23rd 2004]|
| ||"Closed.Building replaced with condos.
George is at Akasaka in Livonia, MI.
| ||- Bob (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Jan 31st 2007]|
|Address:||124 W. Grand River, East Lansing, MI 48823|
|Opened:||11 am - 11pm Open until 2am on Thur, Fri and Sat|
|Reviews:||"I've eaten there twice. The quality of the sushi is very good and the food is overall excellent. Pricing is a definite attraction, the sign reading 99 cent sushi and the nigiri is .99! Service varies greatly, ranging from acceptable to outstanding. All orders include miso and hot tea and evenings comes with small salad. Heavily patronized by Japanese students.
| ||- Mark Swarthout (email@example.com) [Sept 18th 2003]|
| ||"Sushi-Ya is absolutely outstanding sushi at an astonishing price. What do I know--I'm just a white guy--but I've been to ten sushi restaurants and SY has the best food AND the best price. Flat-out winner.
| ||- TJW [June 16th 2004]|