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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-02

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Friday, July 2, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ih STYLE

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

AN EXCITING happen-
ing has occured in fast-
growing Novi . . . It's the re-
cent openong of Sheraton-
Oaks Hotel, probably one of
the most modern of its kind

. on Sheraton Drive,
across from 12-Oaks Mall.
It can also be credited
with having the most de-
ceiving outside . . . Once
within the confines of its
doors, another form takes
shape as Sheraton - Oaks
becomes a showplace for
people to come in and
browse.
Where else can you see a
swimming pool and
whirlpool in the lobby? .. .
This European flair has
created much conversation
. . . The entire lobby is also
an atrium . . . with live
trees, live plants and a
pleasant cocktail area on
another level.
Sheraton-Oaks has 220
rooms . . . in a triple-
tiered bank of floors ac-
cessible by a glass
elevator ... two racquet-
ball courts . . . amphi-
theater for showing
movies, plus cooking
classes, demonstrations,
and meetings . . . and a
banquet room seating up
to 600.
All the rooms face either
the lobby or an outside court
with another swimming
area . . . and herb gardens,
one of only two that I know
of (Lark is the other one) .. .
Between 30 and 40 different
herbs are grown at
Sheraton-Oaks . . . cared for
tenderly by "Chef de Gar-
denier" (gardener) Keith.
Famie . . . The culinary ex-
pertise of Keith will be
highly exhibited soon as he
becomes chef de cuisine at
Raphael's, the hotel's ultra
exclusive dining room, seat-
ing about 64 . . . set to open
around the end of July.
In the meantime, An-
thony's has opened for in-
formal dining . . . seating
approximately 100 . . . with
one side with its huge glass
windows overlooking the
lobby atrium . . . A glass
door opens into a lounge and
dining area.
Done in brown and beige
tones with booths and heavy
oak tables, brick columns,
Oriental fan chandeliers,
etc.
Anthony's really is
more than just another
hotel informal dining
room.
The food is all fresh good-
ness . . . Dover Sole is flown
in from the English Chan-
nel . . . there are truffles,
morels, . . . cheeses on dis-
play from the world over .. .
as well as absolutely fabul-
ous desserts prepared at the
hotel by Peter Loren, who
taught at the Culinary In-
stitute of America in Hyde
Park, N.Y., and is consid-
ered among the nation's
finest pastry chefs.
Executive chef at
Sheraton-Oaks is Remy Be-
rdy, whose talents are al-
ready very well-noted .. .
He is assisted by James
Meyers, executive sous chef,

Keith and 25 more in the
kitchen.
The overall head is Hen-
rik Jensen, director of food

and beverage ... a man of
high ability who is very sel-
dom fooled . . . knowing his
food and beverage to the
highest degree . . . So much
so it commands the respect
of executive chefs in many
areas.
Shelby Fox is Henrik's
right-hand man as assis-
tant food and beverage
director ... and also
quite noteworthy in his
line of endeavor.
Both Henrik and Shelby
are personable gentlemen
. . . which is a valued asset,
too, when it comes to direct-
ing food and beverage since
they are in contact with so
many people.
Henrik refuses to use
anything but his own
corkscrew and is called
upon many times by wait-.
resses to open a choice bottle
of wine . . . This was the case
while I had dinner recently
at Anthony's . . . It was the
request of John Jonna from
Merchant of Vino, whose
wife, Nancy, was celebrat-
ing her birthday . . . Thanks
for the glass of 1975 Caber-
net Sauvignon, Alexander's
Crown, from Sonoma Vine-
yard.
Dinner at Anthony's was
a delight . . . starting out
with smiling, personable,
efficient and courteous
waitresses like Kathleen
Holton, Patricia Anderson,
Judy Cooke among others
. . . and busperson Joanne
Neeson, being trained for
room service . . . The beauti-
ful smiles on Henrik's
lovelies are number one
attributes in dining fine-
ness.
Remy's culinary exper-
tise is superb ... Scallops
en croute appetizer .. .
his very delicious mush-
room barley soup whose
light taste belied a heavy
body of much consis-
tency ... The very fresh
house salad of lettuce
(romaine, bib and head,
mushrooms, asparagus
hearts, pimento, alfalfa
sprouts and cauliflower
bits) . . . with a light house
dressing that brought out
the salad's natural
flavors ... Other than
those on the menu,
among the special
entrees for the day was
Stew of Fresh Seafood,
which I had . . . with to-
mato and mushroom
sauce ... A delicious as-
sortment that brought
the bottom of the plate in
clear view ... (lemon sole,
scallops, oysters and lake
perch served over rice
with Newbourger sauce
of shallots, garlic, thyme,
parsley, sherry, cream
and seasoning).
The wine was Sheraton-
Oak's present house white
wine supplied by Sandy Sol
of T. Lewis and Co.
Other dinner specials on
various days, other than on
the menu, are Provini Veal
(Continued on Page 31)

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