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Tamaki Opens on Liberty

Sushi and more, Subway-style

From the January, 2014 issue

Tamaki opened last month in the former Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. It's a familiar-looking campus-type restaurant. Owner Frank Cheng has two others in Lansing and East Lansing. They're built on the model pioneered by Subway. You and an assembly-line worker face each other over a glass wall as you call out your favorite starch, protein, veggies, and sauce, all doled out into a sandwich or a bowl. The first choice is between sushi, noodle soup, rice bowl, or wrap. After that, the choices are numerous and some are unfamiliar (don't

 
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