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June 03, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1988

HOURS:

GREEK) POTATO (YOUR CHOICE) OR SPAGHETTI,
Mon.-Thurs. 10:30-10 DESSERT (STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE, ICE CREAM,
Fri. & Sat. 10:30-11 RICE PUDDING OR JELLO) BREAD BASKET (INCL.
Sun. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. STICKS) AND BEVERAGE (COFFEE OR HOT TEA).

Szechuan cooking. Owners
are Pallas and Sonny Wang.
Chinese restaurants, says
Janes, are a dime a dozen and
can be seen on just about
every block in most major
cities. But Szechuan cooking,
not for the faint-of-tongue, is
a regional specialty.
"According to Janes, the
Wangs have observed the
growing need for a spicy
change in the culinary
tastebuds of many Detroit
area residents. The Wangs
have expanded their
restaurant into a modern,
sophisticated place that can
seat nearly 100 guests and
serve them with the likes of
Kung-Pao chicken, hot and
sour soup and scallops in
Szechuan chili sauce.
"King Lim's in Auburn
Heights features Mandarin,
Szechuan and Cantonese
cuisine, each with its own
distinctive character and
flavor. The favorites of the
brave souls whose brows don't
sweat are spicy crab claws or
scallops, stir-fried with hot
garlic black bean sauce and
vegetables, crystal shrimp in
hot sauce cooked with a
special house recipe to give
the dish a transparent ap-
pearance with shredded green
onions, carrots and garlic hot
sauce. For the faint-hearted,
dishes like Loong Fown Gai
Kow, tender chicken and
lobster meat cooked with
Chinese vegetables, are
recommended.
"Ching Tao Palace in Clin-
ton Township was voted by
Channel 7 viewers as their
favorite Chinese restaurant.
The menu offers 75 different
dishes . . . (There's one now
also in Farrell Shopping
Plaza on Southfield.)
"Other critics' choices are
Phoenicia in Birmingham
and Sultan's in West Bloom-
field for authentic Middle
Eastern food from appetizer
to rice pudding with honey
and nuts. Start off with
taboulee on crisp romaine let-
tuce or hummus on pita
wedges. Move on to shish kaf-
ta, stuffed eggplant, or a
variety of exotic lamb or fish
concoctions.
"Ristorante di Maria in
West Bloomfield is a tiny
hideaway where tables are
scarce. But if you can't get in,
the aroma draws you to want
to try again. A favorite is the
spiedini a la Maria appetizer,
lively with lemon and romano
cheese. The fork-tender veal
is prepared in a number of
classic styles and the egg-
plant parmesan is top notch.
"Ah Wok in Novi is still one
of the most innovative
Chinese restaurants
anywhere. Don't just settle for
the menu. Ask for specials or
let them surprise you. You

can't go wrong. Some popular
items are salt-baked scallops,
shirmp, a velvety shark fin
soup and sirloin steak stuffed
with oyster paste. You can
also try a continental presen-
tation of abalone slices with
back black mushrooms and
bok choy hearts.
"Some brave diners enjoy
sweating through the hottest
stuff at the Indian eatery
Moti Mahi in Royal Oak. If
you don't want to cough and
wheeze, milder dishes are
available. Lassi, a creamy
whipped yogurt drink will
put out the fire.
"From the exotic to the
down-home, the posh to the
prosaic, pate to pizza, phea-
sant under glass to pastrami
on rye, there's no shortage of
eating spots in the Detroit
area. They run the gamut
from the gourmet, liquor-
serving cafe to the quickie
drive-in and everything in
between.
"Fads in foods come and go.
Places to be seen are ever-
changing along with the see-
saw economy. But the good
restaurants survive through
it all and keep their captive
audiences. Dining out never
goes out of style.”

I GOING PLACES I

NIGHT CLUBS

VAN DYKE PARK
Ivy's In The Park
Restaurant, keyboardist
Dick Haynes, Mondays
through Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays, 939-2860.
NICKY'S
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
Sinnamon, now through
July 2, 362-1262.
JOEY'S ON JEFFERSON
7909 E. Jefferson, Detroit,
New York-style light show,
Top 40 hits, dancing,
331-5450.
SKYLIGHTS
Griff's Grill, second floor,
49 N. Saginaw, Pontiac,
Detroit The Stingrays,
today and Saturday,
admission. 334-7651.

DANCE

PEOPLE DANCING
Mendelssohn Theater, Ann
Arbor, "Back to Back,"
Whitley Setrakian and
Dancers, plus Jazz Dance
Theater, today and
Saturday, admission.
668-8397.

MISC.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
AND GREENFIELD

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