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Fat Salmon Sushi Fills Former Rock City Eatery Space in Hamtramck

The restaurant quietly opened this week

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Fat Salmon Sushi.
Brenna Houck

A new Japanese restaurant just sprang up in the former Rock City Eatery space in Hamtramck. Metro Times first-reports that Fat Salmon Sushi debuted on Thursday.

Not much has changed interior-wise from the previous tenants. During a visit this afternoon, Eater observed the familiar distress walls and plywood trademarks of RCE alongside the old beer cooler. However, behind the bar sushi chefs now prepare spicy tuna rolls and udon. Above the hostess desk, a flatscreen TV streams Asian pop music videos.

While employees declined to provide details about the ownership or the chefs, Eater did snag a copy of the menu that features a mixture of soups, rolls, salads, appetizers, and entrees like bulgogi and bibimbap. Dishes are available for dine-in or takeout. Take a peek at the menu below:

Fat Salmon Sushi is located at 11411 Joseph Campau. Open 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays. 313-305-4347.

Fat Salmon Sushi Opens in Hamtramck [MT]

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