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May 26, 1989 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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MEMORIAL DAY
WEEKEND
HOT DOG SPECIAL!

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BLOOMFIELD HILLS
1801 South Telegraph Road

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Just South of Orchard lake Rd.

Since the People's Republic
of China is the hot new
tourist destination, it's possi-
ble that some of you may be
going there soon. We didn't
find any "three-star-
Michelin" restaurants there,
but we did find that there are
several excellent continental
and western style restau-
rants, especially in Beijing
and Shanghai.
Beijing offers, as one exam-
ple, Maxim's. Yes, a French
restaurant in China (opened
by Pierre Cardin.) The new
hotels for foreign tourists in
China almost all have
western style restaurants.
The Sheraton Hua Ting has
both a French and Italian
style restaurant. Even the
Holiday Inn in remote Guilin
had a coffee shop with very
American versions of ham-
burgers, grilled cheese, tuna
fish, French fires and Cokes.
So don't worry about find-
ing an alternative to native
Chinese cuisine if you are
planning a trip there. And
you may be surprised how
tasty the various regional
cuisnes are!
I can't close without men-
tioning two restaurants in the
United States that are special
favorites of ours. Auberge de
Soleil in the Napa Valley,
about an hour north of San
Francisco, is one of these.
You must realize by now
that we are easily seduced by
a romantic setting, such as
this one. The restaurant is set
in a small inn that is all ar-
ches, soft pastels and lovely
porches and perched on a
hilltop overlooking lovely
grape arbors.
The hospitality is warm and
unaffected. The presentation
is truly beautiful. Every plate
is a work of art and reminds
you of the great European
restaurants.
Let's end up closer to home,
in New York, at our first
choice there, Le Cirque. This
is certainly one of the finest
restaurants in the country,
yet you will find a warm
welcome, attentive but un-
pretentious service and food
always of the very highest
quality.
The black sea bass wrapped
in the potato crust with a
delicious sauce is one of their
specialties that I find ir-
resistible. And always leave
room for one of their wonder-
ful, beautiful-to-look-at and
better-to-eat desserts.
A final word of advice about
all these restaurants; reserve
well ahead, take money and
forget about calories.

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VIENNA ALL-BEEF OR WILNO KOSHER

334-2444

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HOT DOGS

9 a.m. to 11:30 am.

$550

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per person

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RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED

Authentic Lebanese Food

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mondays Thru Thursdays 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Sundays 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS ONLY
Lunch or Dinner

Stuffed With Lamb, Pine Nuts
and Rice

Cocktails

Catering
And Carry-Out

7295 Orchard Lake Road, North Side of the
Robin's Nest Shopping Center
Your Host: Walid Eid
Reservations Accepted: 737-0160

OPEN 7 DAYS

MON.-SUN.

1 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRANKUN
SHOPPING CENTER

Next westero N. of 12

358-2353

NOW FEATURING SUMMER SPECIALS

• SALMON PLATE • FRESH FRUIT PLATE
• STUFFED CANTALOPE WITH TUNA OR CHICKEN
• STUFFED COLD PLATE WITH POTATO SALAD
TRY OUR NEW SAUTEED DINNER SPECIALS
• SHRIMP SCAMPI • CHICKEN MARSALA
• CHICKEN TERIYAKI

(Ask Waitperson which are available)

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SAT., SUN. & MON, MAY 27, 28, 29

With Carry-Out Purchase S15 Or More°

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DELIVERY AVAILABLE-

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FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

29145 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE

356-2310

CORNISH HEN

Excellent Wine List
Special Vegetarian Dishes

OFFER GOOD

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• FRESH FRUIT CUP
• BLUEBERRY MUFFINS
• CORN MUFFINS
• FRENCH TOAST
• QUICHE
• SCRAMBLED EGGS
• HASH BROWN POTATOES
• SAUSAGE
• HONEY CARVED HAM

(Natural Casing)

NO
r LIMIT! $ 449

SUNDAY
BREAKFAST BRUNCH

TRAY
CATERING
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

NEW!
SUMMER HOURS!

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MON.-SAT. 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
SUN. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

I COUPON

$2.00 OFF

Prime MENU
Time Dining

GOOD ONLY AT OUR SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

he Prime Time Dining Club is an exclusive menu featuring some of our most
populat entrees. Each dinner is served with Mountain Jack's fresh salad bar, homemade
soup, a loaf of bread and choice of rice pilaf, pan-roasted redskins or baked potato.
Entrees from the Prime Time Dining Menu may be ordered anytime by 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday and by 4:00 p.m. on Sunday.

All Entrees $9.95
•Prime Rib • Sirloin Steak Brochette • Grilled Swordfish
•Whiskey Peppercorn Top Sirloin • Shrimp Scampi • Teriyaki Chicken
•Fresh Fish of the Day
Child's Meal $4.95
We feature on request a child's cheeseburger, fries and a beverage.

Accommodations
Available For
Private Parties
and
Business Meetings

MOU NTAIN

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Reservations
Suggested

BEEF • SEAFOOD • SPIRITS

26855 GREENFIELD S. of 11 Mile • Southfield • 557-0570

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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