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Korean/Japanese lunch in Troy, MI

iveygirl | Aug 22, 200201:37 PM

I just got back from lunch at a new place: Shilla at 1119 W. Maple in Troy. It's Korean/Japanese. Very tasty at a great price for lunch. I had Nabeyaki Udon (udon noodle bowl w/shrimp, chicken, egg - with dishes of pickles on the side) and my girlfriend had a teriyaki chicken bento box (included miso soup, rice, salad, tempura veggies) each only $7.95. (Lunch prices go up to 12.95 for the Sashimi box) So much food we couldn't finish. Probably didn't help that we orderd a couple of sushi rolls to start - they were served faster than light by the sushi chef himself. Very fresh and tasty. The manager brought us tea when we arrived and everyone was very attentive. I hope they keep up the good service even when all the Hounds and business lunch-goers start hitting the place and they get busy. Dinner looks a little pricier, but can you really trust a place that doesn't charge appropriatly for fresh seafood and prime meat? The menu is fairly large, so I guess the only thing to do is try it out. If anyone goes for dinner, let me know what you thought.

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