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May 23, 1980 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Ffiday, May 23, 1980

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Reg. Hours: Tues. thru Fri., 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sat., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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The Best of Everything

By MYSTERY MUNCHER
Guest Columnist

RESTAURANT-LOUNGE

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Maybe it's because folks
are tired of eating meat at
home or perhaps they're
diet-conscious, but it seems
more and more diners-out
are ordering seafood. And
broiled fish appears to have
gained popularity over fried
shrimp, frog legs and scal-
lops. Lobster is still a favo-
rite with many, but the
price is out of sight.
The problem is you pays
your money and you takes
your chances when you
specify you want your fish
fresh, not frozen. Many
waiters and waitresses in-
sist the pickerel, scrod,
whitefish and red snapper
were snared on a fisher-
man's hook two hours ago or
were flown in straight from
a deep blue ocean or sea.
Me thinks they doth pro-
test too much. On the other
hand, some waiters and
waitresses dodge the issue
and don't seem to have the
foggiest idea if the fish came
from the deep freeze or the
deep blue waters.
One restaurant, where
the fish leaves something

A COMPLETE
ALASKAN KING CRAB
DINNER

to be desired and so does
the price, is L'Auberge in
Troy's Somerset Inn. The
dining room is elegant
and we probably missed
out on some great gour-
met dish, but we think
somebody froze and
thawed out the fish.
The same applies to Mer-
rick's in the American Cen-
ter, Southfield. The restau-
rant advertises' fresh sea-
food daily, but maybe we
went on the wrong day. The
supper club's atmosphere is
charming and the salad bar
and soup make a plentiful
meal. But something should
be done about the fish.
We never ate a fish we
didn't like at Joe Muer's —
an all-time favorite. But
would you think of ordering
seafood in Greektown's Hel-
las Cafe? Try it, you'll like
it. The sea bass and monk
fish are truly delicious.
Speaking of that popular
spot, it's the only cafe in
Greektown where diner
line up outside in fair
weather or foul, at 4 p.m, on
Sunday or at 3 a.m. any day.
Flaming cheese appetizers,
shish kebob, moussaka,
Greek salad and spinach-
cheese pie are old standbys
and the price is right.
Again, we recommend the
fish.
Greektown is generally
bright and wide-awake
until the wee hours, but we
wonder why so many other
downtown restaurants are
closed when you're looking
for an after-dark, late-night
spot. An exception is Vin-
cenzo's on John R., one of
Detroit's oldest Italian res-
taurants and one that
doesn't turn out the lights
before midnight. We
enjoyed the antipasto and
egg plant parmigiana in the
comfortable, old-world at-
mosphere.
One thing there is defi-
nitely no shortage of in
the Detroit area — the
Oriental restaurant.
Moy's Japanese Steak
House in Livonia, Tokyo
Japanese Steak House in
Farmington and Kyoto,
near the Fairlane Town
Center in Dearborn,
serve beef, chicken,
shrimp and a variety of
vegetables seared on
table tops. If you like
Mandarin food, King
Lim's Garden in Oak
Park is a good bet. The
restaurant also spe-
cializes in Szechuan and
Cantonese dishes.
Rikshaw Inn in the Or-
chard Mall, West Bloom-
field, features standard and
gourmet Oriental and con-
tinental cuisine and exotic
Polynesian drinks. But you
can't go wrong with this
versatile restaurant's
baked onion soup and
Caesar salad either.
The Hong Kong sizzling
steak in Empress Gardens,
Charlie Chung's of South-
field, is excellent. The res-
taurant is in the Harvard
Row Shopping Center on 11
Mile and Lahser.
At the Great Wall in
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