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June 10, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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See Our 18-Foot, 1500 Gallon
Salt Water Acquarium

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I BEST OrEVERYTHING

Carry-Out Service
Available

1 COUPON I

THE NEW EXCELLENT DINING

HUNAN PALACE

Oriental Cuisine and Cocktail Lounge
Szechuan, Hunan, Mandarin and Cantonese Dishes

10% OFF

With This Coupon

Dine In or Carry-Out

Open 7 Days — Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-10:30, Fri. & Sat. 11:30-11:30, Sun. 12-10

38259 W. 10 MILE RD. & HAGGERTY • Farm. Hills
NEXT TO HOLIDAY INN Near Gd. River

473-3939

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THE BRASS POINTE

DANNY RASKIN

SPECIALS

Local Columnist

BAR-B-Q SLAB FOR 2.. $11 45

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN FOR 2

$7 95

DINE•IN OR CARRY-OUT

I We Serve Beer, Wine and Cocktails I

*

Expires 6-17-88

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 11 a.m.
4761377
24234 Orchard Lake Rd. at 10 Mile

* * * *
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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*41 • ON OUR BEAUTIFUL •

I ALREADY LOW-PRICED 1*
MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS



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With This Coupon

• Not Good Day of or Before I
Holidays

• 10 Person Minimum

• Expires 6-25-88
• One Per Person

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WE MAKE ALL OUR FOOD
ON OUR OWN PREMISES!

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

YOU'LL LOVE OUR HOMEMADE
GEFILTE FISH, KREPLACH, KNISHES,
STUFFED CABBAGE, ETC.

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

STAR DELI

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

352-7377

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

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1988

New Chinese Restaurant
High On Food And Service

he big, impressive-
looking sign outside
beckons people to the
new Hunan Palace on W. 10
Mile, about a block north of
the Holiday Inn, Farmington
Hills . . . Food and service
takes over from there to pro-
vide come-back substance.
It's owned by Linda Parker,
who came here from Taiwan
in 1971 . . . A year later, she
went to work as a waitress at
Cantonese Village in
Westland . . . Then Linda was
manager/hostess of New Pek-
ing in Garden City from 1978
until 1982 when she opened
Szechuan Gardens in
Rochester . . . and worked
with Joe Chue at House of
Hunan on W. 12 Mile in
Southfield.
She and Joe are now part-
ners in the new Hunan
Palace, which opened March
5 . . . seating 150 for dining at
booths and tables . . . with a
cocktail lounge for 40 more.
Center of the Hunan Palace
dining room ceiling is much
like that at an emperor's
palace, with gold dragons im-
bedded in wood . . . Mirrored
walls give a look of expanse
. . . and the 18-foot,
1,500-gallon salt water fish
tank is a beautiful sight to
see . . . rare tropical fish in
gorgeous colors swimming in
a huge aquarium with water
splashing up to its top.
The new Hunan Palace on
W. 10 Mile is not overly or-
nate in its decor . . . Some pic-
tures are on the walls, padd-
ed booths have wood on the
sides and some of the pieces
are hand-carved . . . However,
emphasis has rightly been
placed on the food and service
. . . with many Chinese and
Japanese people dining in the
intimate atmosphere.
Eating out at Hunan Palace
is an experience . . . because
it has dishes seldom seen at
many Oriental
establishments of this nature.
Items on the menu that are
starred for hotness and spicy
flavoring can be made mild
also . . . The Hunan Palace
menu states three "Impor-
tant Notes In Ordering Your
Meal" . . . "1. All our dishes
are individually cooked to
order in the traditional
Chinese way. Some of the
dishes require longer cooking.
If you have limited time,
please let our manager know
and we will cooperate. 2. If,

for medical reasons, you can-
not eat certain foods, i.e., salt,
fat, MSG (of which we use a
very small amount), please let
us know and we will pay
special attention to your
dishes. 3. All the dishes can
be specially prepared to
respect your religious faith
(such as vegetable dishes,
etc.)"
The sizzling rice soup is
chock full of chicken, shrimp,
green peas, bamboo shoots,
water chestnuts, mushrooms,
carrots and rice . . . no skim-
ping . . . and plenty of good
taste.
Its Shanghai spring roll
with Chinese cabbage,
shrimp, bamboo shoots and
black mushrooms, is very
light, crispy and flavorful .. .
The shrimp toast made with
ground water chestnuts,
ground shrimp and sesame oil
is a delightful appetizer.
Our entrees were savory en-
joyments . . . Hunan Palace's
delight of three is a big
favorite . . . shrimp, scallops,
crabmeat, bamboo shoots,
water chestnuts, baby corn,
straw mushrooms, peapods,
broccoli and bok choy
(Chinese vegetable).
Sesame chicken and broc-
coli was on many tables
besides ours . . . white breast
of chicken stir-fried with
homemade brown sauce.
Velvet shrimp are whole
jumbo shrimp with broccoli,
bamboo shoots and white egg
sauce.
Linda does just about
everything at Hunan Palace
. . . from hostessing to mixing
drinks to busing tables and
when necessary, washing
dishes or cooking or helping
her waitresses . . . She is a
sweet, charming, hard-
working gal . . . very cons-
cientious and eager to please
. . . Linda has names for
many of the pretty fish in her
aquarium . . . and they flock
around when she comes over
to pay them attention.
Hunan Palace is a big
favorite at lunch also . . . with
its low-priced regulars and
specialties . . . The carry-out
menu is among the area's
largest and most varied .. .
Dinners are served at any
time.
Hours are . . . Monday
through Thursday, 11:30 a.m.
to 10:30 p.m. . . . Friday
and Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to
11:30 p.m. . . . Sunday, noon
to 10 p.m.
The big sign that says
Hunan Palace is more than

location . . . It means you
have arrived at a place with
quality . . . at reasonable
prices . . . in good Oriental
dining.
JIM GROSSMAN, ad man
and p.r. gent, says the "Slop-
py Jim" at Buddy's Pizza on
Northwestern Highway was
not named after him . . .
Wouldn't think so since I've
never seen Jim when he
wasn't dressed neatly . . .
Buddy's, by the way, now has
its oodles of new summer
salads . . . and hard-to-beat
homemade soups, broccoli,
minestrone . . . and chili .. .
May be called Buddy's Pizza
. . . but for sure it's a lot more.
HE'S NOT only a great
opera star, but Luciano
Pavarotti is also an artist of
another note . . . The interna-

Sesame chicken
was a popular
entree at Hunan
Palace

tional premier of his 26 oil
paintings is today through
June 25 in Adam Strohm
Hall of Detroit Public Library
on Woodward . . . It is ex-
pected that Pavarotti will be
on hand to officially "cut the
Detroit ribbon" for the world
premiere of his one-man
exhibit.
The grand opening of
Pavarotti's paintings coin-
cides with the superstar's
Detroit concert engagement
tomorrow at Joe Louis Arena
. . . a benefit event for
Michigan Opera Theatre,
sponsored by Ford Motor Co.
WHAT CAN BE more un-
pretentious in a restaurant
than the menu on a paper
place mat? . . . This is the
well-kept Kabob Grill on
Southfield and 12 1/2 Mile in
Southfield Plaza . . . where
people flock for good Middle
Eastern food . . . and the
friendly, very clean
atmosphere.
OVER 7,000 bialy loaves
and sticks supplied by Detroit
Bagel are served weekly at
.. .
six popular dinin g
Alban's Bottle b& Basket,
Beau Jack's, Maverick,
Norm's Oyster Bar, Panache
and Wagon Wheel in Troy.
Detroit Bagel is originator
of the bialy, which can best be
described as a cross between
a bagel and English muffin
. . . They are made without
eggs, sugar or preservatives.

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