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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I 7 DELI-RESTAURANT
a s
b j

LOOKING FOR A
SPECIAL PLACE

by vocalist Sheila Landis
jazz trio . . . who returns
again this Wednesday . . .
with her soft melodious
strains of "What's New,"
"As Time Goes By," "Am I
Blue?," "Let's Get Away
From It All" ... backed by
bass guitar and electric
guitar.

NANCY GURWIN

Productions, in conjunction
with Komedy Players
Dinner Theater at Allen
Park Motor Lodge on South-
field Rd. in Allen Park, re-
cently held auditions for all
roles in The Odd Couple .. .
Neil Simon's rib tickling
comedy opens Sept. 22, with
cocktails at 6:30, dinner at
7:30 and show at 8:45 .. .
every Friday and Saturday
evening.
Upcoming auditions will
be announced in September
for a December opening of
the musical Anything Goes
starring Nancy Gurwin.
EXCALIBUR restau-
rant nitery, Franklin Rd.
and Northwestern, was re-
cent scene of an afternoon
fresh fish exhibition .. .
with interested visitors, in-
cluding chefs and waiters,
gathered in the kitchen to
witness a choice presenta-
tion . . . and drink white
bordeaux wine.
Roy Phillips of Salasnek
Fisheries displayed fish,
vegetables and herbs im-
ported from Europe . . .
Dover sole, turbot, plaice,
brille, langoustines, sal-
mon, trout, frog legs, sea
bass, Irish sea scallops with
roe, and others ... Big hit
were the salty natural sea
beans.
Chef Marty Wilk of Ex-
calibur and Chef Jimmy
Lehane of Nicky's in Troy
prepared a tasteful display
for all to partake and enjoy
. It is quite evident that
the overnight delivery from
Europe makes so very much
of a difference . . . Chef
Marty Wilk, whose Ex-
calibur is known to buy the
finest and freshest, thinks
it's fantastic that such a
variety is now available
from overseas ... and just
half-a-day away.
Marty, by the way, drew
many double-takes from his
chef friends . . . He has
taken off over 60 pounds...
What did it? . . . Eating a lot
of fish, he says.

IT'S ANNIVERSARY

number one for Sero's on
Northwestern, north of 12
Mile . .. which opened July
29, 1983, to big lines .. .
Only things that have
changed are better food, so
math better service and
larger variety.
Name Sero's has been a
restaurant stalwart since
1914 . .. with more than a
few folks remembering the
one on Griswold.
The Sero's on Northwest-
ern has also gotten to be a
get-together spot for many.

QUESTION COMES

that if Orange Roughy is
such a popular fish these
days, why the all-of-a-
sudden demand . . . Reason

for its so-called long-time
secrecy is because the New
Zealand-ite is a deep-sea
resident . . . living in waters
over 3,000 feet down . . .
Commercial gear has only
recently been developed to
economically reach and pull
them in . . . Orange Roughy
has a pearly white meaeand
when broiled, presents a de-
licate, very mild dinner
entree.

THERE WAS A PART

of greatness waiting on us
during recent visit to Le
Bordeaux, Six Mile west of
Middlebelt . . . She was
Dawn Goldkette, great-
niece of the late, famous
Jean Goldkette . . . or-
chestra leader supreme, to
whom so many top names in
the musical world gave cre-
dit for their start.
Jean played in many of
America's most beautiful
rooms, but he would have to
say that grandniece Dawn
is also working in gorgeous
surroundings ... The
former Vargo's now has
silver corrugated steel and
beautiful paintings on the
walls, glass mirrors around
edge of dark, stipled ceiling
with its whirling fans,
hanging glass shades for
lights over booth tables, silk
flowers in dainty vases,
large padded booths, gray
walls with red napkins on
beautiful gray sheer tablec-
loths that look like patterns
. . . above an under tablec-
loth of red.
And certainly Jean would
have given his highest ap-
proval for the music by Billy
Rose Quartet, Tuesday
through Saturday, with
Chris Rose on drums, Rudy
Golde, bass, and Billy "Fly-
ing Fingers" Marr on piano
. . . a very well-balanced
group ... for joyous listen-
ing and dancing . . . to "Just
In Time," "Satin Doll,"
"Feelings," "Is Everything
Alright" in Latin beat,
"Hello," "For Once In My
Life" and one and on in a
huge repertoire . . . Billy
Marr at the piano is prob-
ably among the region's
finest keyboard artists . .. a
Mischa Kottler student.
Le Bordeaux owners now
are Bona and Mike
Stoyanovich . at the spot
which was Vargo's and then
Bossio's for a short while . . .
Three rooms seat 280 .. .
main dining room 100,
lounge area and bar 80,
banquet sector 100 . . .
opened May 23 of this year.
Tony Syracki is head chef
at Le Bordeaux ... making
his own sauces, pastries and
desserts among other
kitchen delights ... Bread
is made fresh every hour...
and Tony makes a different
soup each day plus standard
minestrone and French
onion . . . Even its own Ita-
lian sausage is made at Le
Bordeaux, a French-Italian
cuisine restaurant.
Dawn brought us cream
of mushroom soup with a lot
of body to its tastiness, .
creamy and certainly not

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