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May 23, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE FINEST GOURMET
ORIENTAL CUISINE

• EXCELLENT COMBINATION FAMILY DINNERS • COCKTAILS'

RIKSHAW INN

851 -6400

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Carry Outs
Available

20% OFF

WITH THIS AD

(1 Coupon Per Family)

BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER
AND ALL DAY SATURDAY
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. ANY EVENING MON. THRU FRI.

Not Good For
I Expires:
Advertised Specials I May 31, 1980

24901 NORTHWESTERN AT
EVERGREEN

This location only.

Heritage Plaza Bldg.
356-7470
YOUR HOSTS: SEYMOUR & LINDA MARKEY

&Xi Vadd

Reettototeeleed

VEAL CUTLET
GOLDEN MUSHROOM



Sauteed with mushrooms,
shallots, armagnac and
heavy cream

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

559-4230

MALT

22740 WOODWARD

at 9 Mile
544-7933
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"
OPEN 7 DAYS--BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
OUR fAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS
$3.75
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
$3.75
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
STUFFED FLOUNDER
$3.50
BROILED HALIBUT
$3.50
BROILED PICKEREL
$3.75
SEAFOOD PLATTER
$4.85
FRIED SCALLOPS
$3.95
JUMBO SHRIMPS.
$4.95
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
$2.85
BAR-B-0_ RIBS
ROAST PRIME RIB
$5.45
OF BEEF
BAR-B-O-6HICKEN
$5.45
$3.50
$4.50
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
$3.50
BRAISED SHORT RIBS

Ferndale

• PARKING IN REAR •

ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VEG., POT.,
GREEK BREAD & BUTTER

RIALTO'S SPECIAL BREAKFAST

SERVED AT ALL TIMES!

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS
• 3 BREAKFAST MEATS
• PINEAPPLE RING

• HOME-MADE AMERICAN FRIES
• TOAST &
JELLY

$2.85

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

MON. THRU THURS. 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m
SUN. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

•COCKTAILS BEER WINE.

(The Best of Everything)

(Continued from Page 32)
Farmington Hills, the best
bet is to let the owner plan
your menu and bring you
the unique specialties of the
house. That's a real palate
tickling treat and it's fun
being surprised without
having to make a decision
about what to order.
At Novi's Ah Wok, you
may enjoy the meats
over crackling rice or a
variety of unusual chic-
ken and seafood dishes.
If you have a hankering
for Italian food, try Cafe
Cortina on 10 Mile between
Middlebelt and Orchard
Lake Road. The tri-level
restaurant is cozy and re-
laxing with tables sur-
rounding an open fireplace.
Prices are reasonable to ex-
pensive depending on what
you order and the food is
tasty. It'll make you nod
your head with approval
and say, "That's Italian."
When you're looking for a
family-style restaurant,
you're in for a pleasant sur-
prise at Hogan's, formerly
Howard Johnson's, on
Maple and Telegraph. Be
sure to order an appetizer of
cauliflower, mushrooms
and onion rings prepared in
a delicious batter and
served with a tasty dip.
Hamburgers and salad are a
cut above many other
moderately-priced restau-
rants. The most expensive
item on the menu is lobster
with all the trimmings at
$20. The dining room ad-
joins a bar lounge which at-
tracts the younger, swing-
ing set.
It's well worth it, when
you're in the mood for a nice,
long ride, to stop at Gus's
Steak House on Lapeer
north of Clarkston Road in
Lake Orion. The oyster bar
in this road house is a spe-
cialty and so are the steaks,
done just the way you like
them.
Another popular spot
in the lake area is Mitch's
Tavern on Cass Elizabeth
Lake Road in Pontiac.
The ribs, pizza and Greek
salads are savory and the
atmosphere is informal.
The kids love it.
Speaking of kids and fam-
ily restaurants takes us
back to places we fre-
quented with our children
when we had to chase them
around and restrain them
from bothering the other
customers. Do you re-
member Lotus Gardens on
Seven Mile and Meyers in
Detroit? Many a Sunday
night we'd take our young
ones there for a good
Chinese meal and a friendly
chat with Louie, the conge-
nial owner who loved kids
and never became im-
patient with them.
Then there was U.T. Gar-
dens on Six Mile where the
breaded veal cutlets were
among the best we've ever
tasted. Robinhood's, Billie's
and Checker Barbeque on
Livernois were other pe-
rennial favorites. Many of
these restaurants have long
since closed their doors but
they still conjure up happy
memories. , 4 .

Other dining spots were
reserved for nights.
Mothers and fathers paid
baby-sitters and went out
for a relaxing meal. Ciun-
gan's was a name we could
never spell or pronounce,
but the seafood place on
Southfield Road in Ecorse
was one we especially
enjoyed. The French-fried
shrimps and lobsters were
real treats at prices that we-
ren't mind-boggling if our
memories serve us right.
The Clam Shop on E.
Grand Blvd. in Detroit
was 45 years old when it
closed. The atmosphere
wasn't the height of lux-
ury, but we always knew
the food would be great
from the clams, crab and
oysters to the lobsters,
fish and steak.
Driscoll's Steak House in
St. Clair Shores was an-
other favorite in our
younger years. Steaks were
juicy and delicious and the
homemade coleslaw and
cucumbers with sour cream
were just the right touches
to top off a meal.
When we left the kids at
our parents' homes for the
night and didn't have to pay
a baby-sitter by the hour,
we'd sometimes take a ride
to Hawaiian Gardens in
Holly for Polynesian cuisine
in an exotic atmosphere.
Huck's Bavarian Village
in Redford was a fun place
for sauerbraten and wiener
schnitzel, imported draft
beer and German
entertainment.
We refer to these places
in the past tense because
they were a part of our
(Continued on Page 34)

Friday, May 23, 1' .:1 33

••••••••••••••••
• . DINNER SPECIALS
• MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
. : STUFFED iplirri .ER : STUFFED BEEF

CABBAGE $095.Cui Including:
n oiu

EGGS

• • SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS

.

4 ,

..

..
.

.

ROAST CHICKEN

1/2 Springer With Stuffing



,
L - Bread & Butter.

PICKLED TROUT

Original Esquire's Famous

$395

per pers.

Incl. Cup of Soup & Veg.

$f195
Iry Per Person

Incl. Cup of Soup, Bread & Butter

CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions

Includes: Cup of Soup,
Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter

$!295

lb. Per Pers.

* HAORwIgINAL ESQUIRE •




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••••••••••••••••

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Cbateaubria9d
isigAafir)ewme.

It's an extraordinary
entree served for two.
A center cut of beef
tenderloin amid a
bouquetiere of
vegetables, Sauce
Bearnaise. Carved
at your table.
But like a
vintage wine,
Chateaubriand
is at its best
when shared.

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Include: Home-Made Breadsticks,
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We also feature pizzas, steaks and

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LUNCHEON SERVED MON. THRU FRI. 11:30 to 4 p.m.

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