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September 16, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-16

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28 Friday, September 16, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Who is mighty? He who
subdues passions. as it is
said He that is slow to
anger is better than the

mighty. and he that ruleth
over his spirit than he that
taketh a city.
—The Talmud

(Continued from Page 27)

CHINESE BUFFET

Carl is the only talent of his
kind that we know of any-
where in the, country ... But
this isn't his only forte ...
Folks at Jakks who pay at-
tention soon discover that
Carl is an accomplished
pianist ... His "After
Hours" for example is ex-
cellent ... plus. of course.
Carl's very fine rendition of
"Just In Time" ... plus all
the good oldies' and a lot of
standards, new and old.
Jakks is open now on Sun-
days, with Carl at the piano
bar Tuesday through Satur-
day ... and Tucker Coles on
Sunday and Monday.

Featuring all varieties of authentic Chinese dishes. ail you
can enjoy. Served every Friday & Saturday from 5 p m and
Wednesday lunch from 11:30 a m to 2 p m
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SHANGRI-LA WEST

RESTAURANT-LOUNGE

MIRACLE MILE SHOPPING CENTER

Across from Showcase Cinema. I elegraph at Square Lk. Rd.
335-8060
(Credit Cards tionwedi

Special Dinners Sunday thru Thurs. only

Almond Boneless Onicknn

$3.95

The Best of Everything

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Honey-Glazed B-8-0 Ribs

$4.25

NEWEST ORIENTAL

restaurant of the
Detroit metro area is
Young Kim's V.I.P. Palace
in the Prudential Town Cen-
ter complex.
It combines design motifs
of the Orient with four var-
ied cuisines ... Young Kim
(that's his correct name) is
a descendent of a Korean
family steeped in a long tra-
dition of providing food for
visiting dignitaries to his na-
tive country.
The V.I.P. Palace over-
looks a 14,000 square-foot,
glass-enclosed • atrium dot-
ted with green trees and fo-
liage. and has an all-Orien-
tal staff serving patrons gra-
ciously and efficiently.
Unlike most Oriental res-
taurants specializing in the
food of one particular na-
tion, the V.I.P. Palace

Best Wishes For
The Very Most To All
For Health & Happiness

Detroit Plaza Hotel

Renaissance Center

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LET US 'PREPARE YOUR YOM KIPPUR
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offers four different cui-
sines ... Korean. Mandarin.
Japanese Steak House and
Japanese ... and Kim em-
phatically insists there-is a
difference in the latter two.
The menu contains 3R dif-
ferent entrees. plus a spe-
cial Peking duck dinner
that must be ordered in-
advance.
The Japanese Steak
House features fish filets,
sirloins, shrimp. chicken
and lobster ... prepared be-
fore your eyes and to your
exact taste ... In the main
restaurant wing one can
enjoy such delicacies as
fried won ton and shrimp
toast. spiced sour and siz-
zling rice soups, as well as
the main fare ranging from
Mongolian beef and Manchu-
rian crab to Lychee chicken
and Korean polkoki (mari-
nated steak).
ERRATA ... Name is
Pine Lake Mall ... don't
know where the Lone Pine
came from ... as the second
site to be of Larco's.

THE LIST OF EXCEL-
LENT waitresses at To-

•COMPLETE CARRY OUT

pinka's Country House, Tele-
graph and Seven Mile, is
probably the finest any-
where ... Many of them
always have a smile, are ef-
ficient, courteous and in-
telligent ... Owner Al Ba-
looly is lucky to have such
a very delightful array of
waitresses ... and don't
leave out those hostesses of
his ... They're really a
pleasure to have greet you

TRAY CATERING AVAILABLE

CALL AHEAD/ (356-22881

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19471 W. 10 MILE RD,
Phone 356-2288

HOURS:
oar 7:30 a.m. to MIDNIGHT
Fri and Sat 7:30a.m. to 2:000.m.

ON ALL DISHES
2 5 °//0OFF MON. THRU SAT_ 4 to 6 p.m.

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS. APPETIZERS. DINNERS. ALA CARTE. ETC.
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Offer Expires
Coupons or Credit Cards For This Special
Sept. 23.1977

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851 -6400
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE Carry Outs Available

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HUNGARIAN VILLAGE •

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SOUP. SALAD.
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BREAD & BUTTER
MON.-SAT., 12 NOON-12 MID.
SUN., 12 NOON 10 P.M

1665 OTTAWA ST.

For Res.

1-519-258-3212

Right Out of Tunnel to Goyeau. Right To Wydwieti, Left 7 Lights to Gladstone. ilignt To
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DINNER SPECIALS, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.

GEORGE YOUNG & CO.

are back with "more" show-
business ... They are again
at the Jester's Court. War-
ren and Telegraph, in a mu-
sical and comedy entertain-
ment package with the
Youngsters and Youngettes.
George is a one-of-a-kind
personality that has been
seen on many television
commercials and recently
has had wide acclaim as
the originator of a first in a
series of live "gong shows"
. These shows led to the
book, "How to Organize
and Present a Gong Show"
written by George.
NOBODY KNOWS where
the name Como's came
from ... the spot on Wood-
ward and Nine Mile ...
Owners George and Cecilia
Grego have had it seven
years ... and neither of the
bosses before them were
named Como ... Thoughts
are that perhaps it is a
mountain or town in Italy.
You'll like the Italian din-
ing at Como's ... Nothing
pretentious ... just good
home cooking in a clean
pleasant atmosphere ... For
something different, try the
Italian breaded steak ...
Marilyn and Sid Frumkin
defy anyone to get better
linguini anywhere.
JO THOMPSON and Bob
Elliott still divide their fine
talents for the folks at
Scotch 'n Sirloin, James
Couzens and Greenfield ...
Jo plays Wednesday
through Saturday ... and
Bobby is there Sunday
through Tuesday ... Both do
good, crowd-pleasing jobs.

*AFTER THEATER NOSHING

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

IARLI: BIRD SPECIAL

MON. —FRESH BAKED RED SNAPPER
TUES.—SPAGHETTI W/GREEN SALAD
WED.- 1/2 lb. CHOPPED BEEFSTEAK
THURS.—MED. PIZZA W/SMALL ANTIPASTO
FRI.—FILETS OF FISH ALL YOU CAN EAT
SAT.—QUEEN SIZE PRIME RIB

$350

$2"

$6 75
$325
$455

SUNDAY SPECIAL—LUNCH OR DINNER

$310

FRESH BAKED WHITE FISH

CARRY-OUT SPECIAL

BUY A MEDIUM PIZZA
GET ONE IDENTICAL FREE

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OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
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BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
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$3.25
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BROILED HALIBUT
$4.2
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FRIED SCALLOPS
$2.95
JUMBO SHRIMPS
$4.25
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
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ROAST PRIME RIB
$4.50
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BAR - B - 0 CHICKEN
$4.25
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ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
$3.10
BRAISED SHORT RIBS
$2.95

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• STEAKS • CHOPS • GREEK DISHES ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

MON. THRU

10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. ;P.:. & SAT.. 10,30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
SUN.. 8 a.m. Jo 10 p.m.

•COCKTAILS- BEER- WINE.

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