good sushi is hard to come by here, i've tried nami (overrated, poor service, rude staff) and cafe sushi (delicious, but a little pricey) but noble fish is hands-down the best sushi in the area. it's a quaint atmosphere - the staff is very friendly and they serve extremely fresh fish with large portions. i'm sad i didn't discover this place earlier. for those who have tried yotsuba, saica, or miki's in ann arbor, i would definitely rate noble fish among the same class as these places, if not better. the only negative is the atmosphere, it's an in-and-out place, good for carry out, but not exactly dine-in. the tables are small and you'll probably have to wait to get seated, but it's definitely worth the wait. the prices are very reasonable, too. anybody who loves sushi should give noble fish a shot. you won't be disappointed.
Pros: portion size, freshest fish
Cons: limited seating