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Little Tree Sushi Bar

107 S. Main St. (11 Mile Rd.) Send to Phone
248-586-0994 | Menu
Dishes from Thailand, Japan and the Philippines share the menu with sushi, sashimi, seven types of noodles and other Asian offerings.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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Little Tree Sushi Bar Restaurant Review

: Little Tree Sushi Bar offers a variety of dishes hailing from Thailand, Japan and the Philippines. That means sushi, sashimi and seven types of noodles, among other selections. We suggest the airy tempura and a cast-iron pot of nabeyaki udon --- chicken, vegetables, shiitake mushrooms, egg and toothsome noodles finished with shrimp tempura, green onions and seaweed. Or take a trip to Thailand via tom yum, hot-sour tamarind soup with either chicken or shrimp, or eggplant stir-fried in spicy sauce with chicken, beef, seafood or tofu. Then again, you could always indulge in Filipino-style spring rolls; scallops, squid and salmon sautéed in red curry; chicken and pork adobo, a simmered stew laced with onions; or garlic fried rice anointed with two over-easy eggs and your choice of pork, marinated beef, shrimp or chicken. The pleasant space features a high ceiling with exposed duct-work, bulbous paper lanterns, bare-topped tables and booths along the walls. The sidewalk café adds another option, while the bar proposes a good selection of saké and beer in addition to standard cocktails and wines.


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