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January 01, 1988 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-01

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Detroit Dining

Continued from preceding page

ticularly attractive in the
summer. It's not unusual to
see a cook run into the garden
with scissors and clip fresh
herbs and then see the same
herbs on your plate a couple
minutes later. It also offers a
fabulous wine list and several
great selections by the glass.
The Van Dyke Place was
perhaps the most beautiful
restaurant in Detroit until its
sister, the Whitney, opened
recently. The decor is match-
ed only by the food which they
describe as "An American
Perspective of French
Cuisine." Both of the
restaurants are outstanding
because they not only serve
great food and serve it well,
but they create a special ex-
perience for each and every
guest.
"Other fine dining that I
believe you should try is
Elizabeth's in Northville
which is run by Elizabeth and
Doug Campbell. Their food is
nothing short of spectacular.
The Restaurant Duglass, The
Golden Mushroom and
Sparkey Herberts are also
quite nice.
"Two restaurants that are
also quite good but have
drawbacks are the Money
Tree and the Ponchartrain
Wine Cellars. The Money
Tree is a very small
restaurant in the financial
district downtown. The
restaurant has little in the
way of ambience, but they do
have Ed Janos, one of
Detroit's finest chefs. The
Wine Cellars is exactly the
opposite. It has one of the
most intimate settings in
town, a fabulous wine list,
and impeccable service. Un-
fortunately, food is somewhat
inconsistent, but it is still
worth a try.
"One restaurant that I have
not mentioned is the London
Chop House. Until recently I
have quite honestly never had
a meal that I thought was
worth the money I was charg-
ed, even when Jimmy
Schmidt was the executive
chef. The Chop House now
has a very talented young
chef — Grant Brown. Recent
meals there have been excep-
tional and the service very
good. They also have
something that no other
restaurant can boast —
Madeline Triffon. She has
composed an award-winning
wine list that most
restaurateurs envy — myself
included — and her presence
in the dining room adds
another dimension to their
fine service. The only thing
the restaurant lacks is decor.
Its furnishings and ser-
viceware are outdated, which
keeps it from providing a com-

plete experience . . . Its
seating scheme is very over-
crowded and uncomfortable
right now, but a little
remodeling could change that
quickly. It is still the classiest
of Detroit's eateries and more
people should give it a try."

DETROIT-BASED
Michigan Opera Theatre
holds auditions this Wednes-
day for adult choruses in the
company's upcoming 1988
mainstage spring season pro-
ductions of Il Trovatore, Die
Fledermaus and LaBoheme.
Positions are available for
male and female singers in
all vocal categories. Auditions
will take place at the com-
pany's administrative offices,
6519 Second Ave. in New
Center area.

KYOTO
Japanese
Steakhouse on W. Big Beaver,
Troy, Ren-Cen, Detroit and
Fairlane Town Center, Dear-
born, draw folks into another
world of cultures and tradi-
tions . . . Authentic Japanese
surroundings and a water
wheel turning lazily under
the dimmed lights soothe
away rough edges of tension
. . . Whether preferences are
sushi or teppanyaki, the food,
service and show are worthy
of visitation . . . A fourth
Kyoto Japanese Steakhouse
and KyotoSuchi bar is
scheduled to open soon in
Novi.
JONATHAN BINDER of
Flint won new name contest
by formerly known Auburn
Hills Arena . . . but he wasn't
the only one to enter The
Palace . . . Over 1,600 of the
75,000 entrees suggested that
name and Jonathan was one
of five finalists who vied for
the grand prize of lifetime at-
tendance during a drawing.
The Palace at Auburn Hills
will seat 21,000 . . . and is
scheduled to open around
August of this year.
JEFF AND KENDRA
Dash want people to know
about a new Vietnamese
restaurant opened in Pontiac
at the corner of Orchard Lake
Rd. and 'Telegraph.
It's called WE for short
(original one opened ten years
ago on Perry St. and is still
quite small, serving only
lunches).
Ngugeen Huy Han and his
multitude of partners opened
the second West East Ethnic
Restaurant with a large
menu and much more seating
than number one . . . Plus
Vietnamese dishes are those
of Cambodia, Taiwan, Korea,
Phillipines, Chili and
sometimes American Indian.
Han fled Saigon in 1975
when the country fell to the
Communists.

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