Patch readers are passionate about their food, and we found out last week just how passionate they can be about Chinese, Asian or sushi restaurants in particular.
So we decided it's time to step up the competition a notch: This week, those Readers' Choice winners compete for the title of Oakland County Readers' Choice champion. We're going to mix it up a little though: Instead of just voting, we're going to ask readers to rate and review their favorite spot. We'll use the ratings, reviews and comments below this story to determine the winner, after voting closes at 9 a.m. Friday.
Here's the list of last week's winners and a bit about them. To vote for your favorite restaurant, go to the "Review or rate" link and add your comments:
This downtown favorite is family owned and operated.
Readers picked this Asian eatery on Hamilton Row as their favorite.
: This carryout for Chinese food has been part of the Bloomfield Township landscape for more than 10 ears.
"Consistent quality and large portions. Always an enjoyable meal," writes one customer.
"What a jewel," writes one Patch user about this restaurant on Nine Mile Road.
Serving Chinese and Thai delicacies, this restaurant on Baldwin Road had the most votes from Oakland Township and Lake Orion Patch readers.
Owner Jenny Wu opened the restaurant on Auburn Road 20 years ago.
Head Chef Ming has built a cult-like following in the community.
In the contest among sushi spots in Troy, Sushi Do edged out two others in a tight three-way race.
This West Bloomfield restaurant has been part of the community since 1972.
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