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March 04, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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I BEST OF EVERYTHING I

I COUPON I

WE HAVE
THE LOWEST PRICES
ANYWHERE OF
TOP QUALITY CARRY-OUT DELI
AND WILL MEET THE PRICE OF ANY
SPECIALS ADVERTISED BY ALL OTHER DELIS!

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CHICKEN

/ 1 2
BAR•13•Q OR BROILED

$ 85

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ON OUR BEAUTIFUL
ALREADY LOW-PRICED :*
MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

Expires March 13, 1988

Vassili's

Family Dining

With This Coupon

• Expires 3-20-88
• One Per Person

DELIVERY

AVAILABLE

Continued from Page 58

WITH THIS COUPON
ANYHOUR! ANYDAY!
INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD
POT., VEG. & RICE PUDDING

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r 14,

27411 Southfield Rd.
3 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
559-1091

• Not Good Day of or Before I
Holidays
• 10 Person Minimum

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WE MAKE ALL OUR FOOD
ON OUR OWN PREMISES!

You're At
The Head
Of The Class

• POTATO SALAD • TUNA SALAD • EGG SALAD
•CHICKEN SALAD • COLE SLAW • CHOPPED LIVER • ETC.

OUR HOME-MADE SELECTION OF CARRY-OUT
DELI FOODS IS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES!

I OPEN 7 DAYS 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. I

24555 W. 12 MILE, Just West of Telegraph, Southfield

With a Subscription
To The Jewish News

352-7377

Call: 354-6060

*

THE JEWISH NEWS

COMPARE ANYWHERE! .... IF YOU WANT THE BEST — GIVE US A TEST!

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CHICKEN,.
RIBS &
SHRIMP

FRI:SAT. 11-11 I

WE
DO
BEST!

Expires 3-11-88

OPEN 7 DAYS-SUN:THURS 11.10

I DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE I

118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE NEXT TO ZOO

544-1211

QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

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Welcome to . . .

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OPEN 7 DAYS I

___ Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE

559-8222

TWO-FOR•ONE BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENU I

Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST

TWO-FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. . . . WITH SOUP OR SALAD. RICE OR POTATOES
• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

10% OFF EARLY BIRD

ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

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DINNER SPECIALS

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

the following: Ketchup with
American fries? Soy sauce
with Chinese food? Mustard
with sandwiches? Did your
server thank you for your
patronage?
"If you received all of the
above, leave at least 15 per-
cent. A 20 percent gratuity is
not out of the question for ser-
vice above and beyond.
Deduct 1 percent for every
item that was neglected up to
five. If your server misses five
or more, call for the manager,
nicely raise cain!
"The pitz zero percent, in-
different five percent,
marginal ten percent, above
average 12 percent, very good
14 percent, sensational 20
percent, you're in love (with
your server) 25 percent.
The front cover has cartoons
that look like Amazing
Stories . . . and the back has
a caricature of Bob hitchhik-
ing by a sign that says,
"Michigan 3,000 Miles" .. .
"Bob Silverman arrived here
from California in 1979,
bringing with him the ex-
uberance and talent for the
creation of the most exciting
restaurants in our area.
Welcome to Silverman's!"
His new wife of almost two
years, Candy, is the model for
the dessert and beverage
menu . . . Bob took her
driver's license and had the
menu company do a graphic
of her . . . All three of Bob's
children, Jennifer, David and
Sean are "daily items" on the
menu.
The 400 items of everything
folks want to eat include a
Good Morning breakfast sec-
tion, Healthy Nuts listing,
side dishes, mornin' favorites,
eggs, pancakes, French toast,
blintzes, over 50 ("Our
Specialty") omelettes,
homemade soups, croissant
sandwiches, soup 'n salad
combos, 17 salads, chili, 48
sandwiches (Yenta is egg
salad and turkey and rye —
"A matchmaker's delight")
. . . Bob's Favorite is "corned
beef, chopped liver on onion
roll, oy vay"), cartoon of a
man with coat open and
menu items on the inside of
Pic A Pocket sandwiches, 12
potato skins and stuffed
potatoes, six gourmet hot
dogs with a cartoon of a dog
with dark glasses inside a
bun raft holding a drink as he
soaks in the sun off the water
. . . Over 30 burgers, both
regular and deluxe, 39 single
dinners and 21 all-you-can-
eat dinners.
There's even a Silverman's
Yong Kong section, with six
stir-fry items under a cartoon
of King Kong atop the Empire
State Building holding an
Oriental lass with a wok in
her arms . . . "Tijuana Silver-

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STAR DELI

OPEN 7 DAYS
7 a.m. to 10 p.m

Silverman

NEW MENU!
SAME LOW
PRICES!

NO COUPON
NECESSARY!

man's" with a snoozing Mex-
ican lists ten south-of-the-
border specialties . . . Candy's
cartoon holds a "luscious
Desserts" sign and the page
has 15 desserts from fruit pies
to cheesecakes to super sun-
daes to strawberry shortcake
to brownie sundae, etc., in-
cluding "Candy's Fantasy" —
M & M's, cookies 'n cream ice
cream, topped with your
choice of hot fudge, but-
terscotch or strawberries.
Candy sez: 'you're takin' our
great chocolate chip cookie
home!"
Bob is a very imaginative
person . . . and it shows with
the ingenious menu which is
the same at all his
restaurants . . . Westland,
Livonia, Novi, Taylor, Warren,
Garden City, Plymouth,
Roseville . . . and a ninth to
open around April 15 on Pon-
tiac Trail in South Lyon.
The Silverman's
Restaurants are good . . . very
clean . . . and inviting . . . All
but the Novi location are open
24 hours . . . and favorite
places for many people.
Another big welcome to
Silverman's with its latest on
Grand River and Eight Mile
. . . restaurants owned by a
restaurateur who knows what
he's doing . . . with employees
who care.
Bob Silverman's driver's
license with his picture at 435
pounds could possibly tell it
all . . . Now a svelte, hand-
some 185 pounds . . . It's also
how far his restaurants have
come.
IN 1980, a young chef fresh
out of the Culinary Institute
of America opened up a
"broken down" deli in Oak
Park and named it Deli Uni-
que . . . Being a dead location
for many years, he knew he
would have to do something
unusual to bring patrons in
. . . This "unique deli" began
serving roasted duck, sauteed
veal, and Caesar salads as
well as traditional Jewish
fare and some of the most in-
novative catering anywhere.
Business quickly blossomed
and he expanded to what is
now the Unique Restaurant
Corp., a group of four
restaurants . . . Deli Unique
of Oak Park, Deli Unique of
West Bloomfield, Cafe Jardin
and Sebastian's . . . plus a
gourmet carryout, La Cuisine
Jardin, and a catering com-
pany that serves thousands
each year . . . A small deli
operation with ten employees
grew to a large company
employing 250 within seven
years . . . The quick growth
took away from his chosen
profession . . . cooking and
forced him into being an
administrator.
Although this quick growth

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