I went to Totoro for lunch. It was a rainy day and a bowl of udon (Japanese noodle soup) seemed just the ticket. I ordered the tempura udon. It came with a cup of tepid tea and a small iceberg lettuce salad. The udon arrived...More
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This little gem was recommended by a student that we stopped in when walking down Main Street in Ann Arbor. It was about a half mile walk on this sub freezing sunny day. The walk was a worthwhile. Our party was three - two adults...More
Totoro is our favorite sushi spot in AA and never disappoints. The Oishii and Michigan rolls are my favorite and their regular rolls are always great, too. If you're not a sushi fan, the noodle bowls and chicken dishes are delicious! The staff are always...More
So... I went here with my wife, as it was raining and most other places were packed after the U of M football game. I should have went hungry and gotten wet. I ordered the deluxe sushi plate (not cheap). Every single piece of fish...More
Really neat experience to eat at the bar and watch the rolls being made on site! Definitely best to go early in the week or during the summer to avoid school crowds.
The place is decent and nice. The price is good and the sushi is pretty nice. No matter what you order, they bring some snack and soup at the beginning and then the main food. The sushi was good. We were a group of 12...More
Greasy food. Far from authentic. It may look like a Japanese restaurant, but the taste is off. Avoid it if you could.
I am a frequent visitor to this restaurant.Had a family dinner there as all of my family members decided to go to Totoro.As usual, food was par excellence & service too was good. Prices are moderate.Only drawback is its seating area which is too small...More
Totoro is a class act from the prompt greeting on arrival to the fond farewell on departure. 1 Inari, 1 Avo/Cuc roll, 1 Veggie roll, 1 Veg Bento = delight! Tea, soup and salad are also top notch. Service is friendly and the price is...More