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May 25, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 25, 1984

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The Best.
The Biggest.

THE BRUNCH.

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with Doug Jacobs &

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detroit's Original dinner theatre

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A Comedy Thriller by Ben Starr



GROUP RATES & PERFORMANCES AVAILABLE



7 00 PM DInner. 7,30 PM Show 8:45 PM •
Reservations 643-8865 Lower Level, Somerset Mall. Troy


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FRI & SAT PERFORMANCES Cocktails



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COUPON

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EVERY SUNDAY 11:30 a.m. .to 3:30 p.m.
Adults $9.95 Senior Citizens $7.95
Children under 12 $5.25

ALL DINNERS 4 p.m. TO 9 p.m.

• Coupon Must Be Presented Before Ordering
• Not Good For Ala Carte

KATZ'S

Michigan Inn • 16400 J.L. Hudson Dr. • Southfield, MI 48075

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569-0882
25080- Southfield Road at 10 Mile
SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

Restaurant

. THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN'
INCLUDING GOURMET DINING
AT POPULAR PRICES!!!

COMPLETE
BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL AFFAIRS

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ORCHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE • Farmington Hills • 851-1310

HOURS: MON.-SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., SUN. 11 a.m. to 12 mid.
Kitchen open tiL.12 mid. Sun.-Thurs. til 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat.

OUTSIDE CATERING
AVAILABLE
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Restaurant
Delicatessen

PINE HILLS

• American Dishes

SUNDAY 10 All-YOU-CAN-EAT
BRUNCH
a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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Lunches and Dinners

SATURDAYS ALSO . . . 12 Noon to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

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• Banquet
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

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Open Sundays 2 to 9:30 — Closed Mondays

One of Metropolitan Detroit's
Most Beautiful and Exciting
Restaurant-Lounges

NOW AVAILABLE
FOR YOUR FAVORITE OCCASION
EVERY SUNDAY ALL DAY

Japanese
glatt kosher

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Since 1914

FRANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER

29221 NORTHWESTERN,

N. of 12 Mile

358-2353

FREE DESSERT

. WITH ANY COMPLETE DINNER

And This Coupon
Expires 6-14-84
Mon. thru Thurs.
CHOICE OF BAKLAVA, GREEK CUSTARD,
RICE PUDDING OR ICE CREAM

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BY BARBARA SOFER

Let's look at the young
couple eating sukiyaki at
the low table in the bamboo
Teppanyaki restaurant.
The woman in the flowered
kimono is wearing, well, --
sheitel, and the whi
fringes of her husband's
ritual garment peak out of
the black "happy coat" each
time he reaches forward
with his chopsticks to dip
his food in hot sauce.
No, this is no ordinary
Japanese restaurant. We
are in the world's first glatt
kosher Japanese restau-
rant, located appropriately
in what its owners claim is
Israel's first glatt kosher
luxury hotel, the King Sol-
omon Sheraton in
Jerusalem.
"The great majority of our
customers are. Orthodox,"
said Mike Masinter, South
African-born and trained
food and beverage manager.
What seems incongruous
is that we are not talking
about a ma and pa guest
house in Natanya or the
Catskills, but an aristocra-
tic Sheraton Hotel. Rooms
can easily cost $100 with
breakfast, a meal at which,
as the proprietors tell us, 17
pieces of fine china and cut-
lery are used for each ele-
gant place setting. Yet from
the cafe in the lower lobby to
the 14th floor bar with its
breathtaking view of the
Old City, the strictest kas-
hrut restrictions are ob-
served.
Glatt kosher means that
even more rigorous than
regular kashrut standards
of inspection are applied to
meat. The Sheraton only_
purchases meat
slaughtered fresh in
Jerusalem, in contrast to
most kosher restaurants,
which also use kosher meat
brought frozen from abroad.
Although the term glatt ac-
tually refers only to the
meat, those electing glatt
kosher meat often have
similarly exacting
standards for other products
as well.
"We always go by the
strictest kashrut certificate
we can get, those approved
by the Jerusalem rabbi-
nate," said Masinter. "We
buy baked goods from three
bakeries that use no mil'
products whatsoever, are...
check auxiliary products
very carefully. It took us a
long time, for instance, to
find a soy sauce made loc-
ally that met both our kas-
hrut and culinary
standards."
"Going completely glatt
was largely an economic is-
sue," said Masinter. "As we
opened less than three years
ago we were in a position to
start off at the highest
standards. It's much harder

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