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darin foods, Hoa Kow Oak Park
and its second location Hoa Kow
West Bloomfield at Crosswinds
Mall are famous for their vari-
eties of white fish, selling over
1,000 pounds a week.

DINNER ONLY 5 p.m.-9 pm.. 7 DAYS A WEEK

DINE IN (Maximum 10 People) CARRY-OUT (Maximum S75 Order)
GOOD WITH COUPON ONLY .. IN BOTH OUR CHINESE RESTAURANT
& JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE WITH PURCHASE OF 2 OR MORE DINNERS

• Dinner Entrees Only
• Not Good In The Tokyo Sushi Bar
• Not Good With Any Other Coupons • Not Good On Our Specialty & Combo Menus

Expires 10-10-92

I— HONGKONG

I
I

WHITEFISH
SPECIAL

$6.9

I-
I

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COMPLETE
DINNER

NOT GOOD WITH ANY COUPONS OR SPECIALS
Expires 8-15-92

DINNER FOR 2

IN OUR TOKYO STEAK HOUSE

$18.95 FOR 2
LUNCH $12.50 '2 1R

Not Good Saturday • Expires 10-10-92

I

$1

JET FRESH
LOBSTER
SPECIAL

.95

Kim McNamara and her staff for
memorable occasions with not-
ed ChefJohn Szegedi preparing
the fine selected fare. Mr. Sports
has two locations, Farmington
Hills and Redford. Emphasis is
on bar and bat mitzvah theme
receptions, but all occasions en-
joy the hospitality of Mr. Sports.

Vineyard's Taste of Seasons,

32418 Northwestern, Farming-
ton Hills, 855-9463. Here is
where a one-time party store has
turned into a highly-popular car-
ry-out and sitdown restaurant
both inside and outside. Shirlee
Bloom's take-out and catering
for all affairs from weddings to
bar mitzvahs is a big Vineyard's
Taste of Seasons asset in homes,
halls or clubhouses, with all tra-
ditional Jewish dishes made
fresh daily using only kosher
products.

LB. 2 POUNDS
AND UP

NOT GOOD WITH ANY COUPONS OR SPECIALS
Expires 8-15-92

L_

FREE

Wing Hong, 31455 W. 14 Mile,

I
REFILLS ON
I SOFT DRINKS & ICED TEA.,

INTERNATIONAL KARAOKE EVERY EVENING • SUPER SOUND SYSTEM

WING HONG

Orchard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile Rd.

TOKYO JAPANESE STEAK HOUSEI CANTONESE & NORTHERN CUISINE
851-8600
851-7400

Farmington Hills, 851-7400. One
side serves Cantonese, Szech-
uan and Mandarin food. The oth-
er, Tokyo Japanese Steak House,
features a Sushi Bar along with
Japanese dishes for table dining.
Wing Hong is celebrating its
18th anniversary at this location
but over 30 years in the Metro-
politan Detroit area. Daily lunch
and dinner specials are both Chi-
nese and Japanese.

*

LIVONIA

DePalma's, 31 735 Plymouth

1

Excellent Italian Cuisine

Rd., Livonia, 261-2430. Italian
specialties are wanted delights
at this favorite of so many. Every
Wednesday evening, 7 p.m. to
1 p.m., live opera is features
with the Enrico Caruso Society
offering arias and duets from
beautiful operas which cus-
tomers enloy listening to while
dining on fine Italian cuisine. De-
Palma's pasta is rated among the
city's finest.

*

OAK PARK

TOTAL FOOD BILL

With This Ad

Expires 8-31-92

Call for Reservations

557.7070

26799 GREENFIELD, South of 11 Mile • Southfield j

Beau Jack's

Food & Spirits

EARLY DINNERS
NOW 7 DAYS

Monday Thru Sunday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Entrees priced from

$5.75

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, MI • 1 blovk W of Telegraph • 626-2630

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1992

Bread Basket Deli, 10-1/2 Mile
and Greenfield, Lincoln Shop-
ping Center, Oak Park, 968-
0022. A favorite of many people
for breakfast, lunch, dinner and
after-theater, this has the aura
of a modernistic delicatessen so
apparent with colortful decor. A
children's menu is featured
along with party trays. The Bread
Basket Deli is open Tuesday
through Sunday 10 a.m. to 10
p.m.

Deli & Co., 25290 Greenfield

Rd., Oak Park, 968-8000. Peo-
ple who want more from a deli
than just corned beef are going
to Deli & Co. Specialties include
chicken Caesar salad, chicken
wild rice salad or full dinner spe-
cials, plus traditional deli fa-
vorites. Deli & Co. also
specializes in deli trays. Open
every day from 1 1-8.

Golden Bowl, 22106 Coolidge

at 9 Mile, Oak Park, 398-5502.
The knowledge of Chef Frank
Eng is widespread in Chinese
dining. Golden Bowl is open sev-
en days, Mon.-Thurs. from 11
a.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m.
serving Szechuan, Mandarin and
Cantonese food. Carry-out ser-
vice is available plus banquet fa-
cilities.

Hoa Kow, 13715 W. 9 Mile, Oak

Park, 547-4663. One of Oak
Park's pioneers, Hoa Kow is a fa-
vorite of people from all walks
of life and all parts of the Detroit
and Metropolitan areas. Plus
Cantonese Szechuan and Man

ROYAL OAK

Simone Vitale,

505 S.
Lafayette, Royal Oak, 544-7373.
Happy occasions are what
makes the Simone Vitale oches-
tra tick with such popularity. He
and his aggregation enjoy the
knowledge of sharing in simchas
of all types. Simone sings but
takes a back seat when his wife
Jeanne is at the microphone. His
versatility at making an affair

*

SOUTHFIELD

Alia's, 27167 Greenfield, South-

field, 559-8222. A good family
restaurant serving American and
Lebanese cuisine, Alia's owners
Dania and Ed Farah are proud of
their homemade specialties pre-
pared from natural ingredients.
It is open 7 days a week serving
breakfast, lunch and dinner. Car-
ry-out of its entire menu is avail-
able as is off-premise catering.

Jane's Place, 25851 Lahser,

Southfield, 354-3640. One of
those little spots people hear
about with good home cooking
and all-around homey atmos-
phere for lunch and dinner with
a wide variety. Seating is indoors
or on the outdoor patio over-
looking a garden with farm-like
motif planted and arranged by
Owner Jane Kladzyk. Evening
specials include dining from all
parts of the world.

McVee's, 23380 Telegraph Rd.,
Southfield, 352-8243. One of the
local area's oldest restaurateurs
in the point of service owns and
operates McVee's. Herman Yago-
da uses his vast experience to
promote what every customer
wants, quality and satisfaction.
Moderately-priced lunches and
dinners including fresh fish, are
served daily amid a casual and
relaxed atmosphere.

Mountain Jack's,

26855
Greenfield Rd., Southfield, 557-
0570. Noted for serving excel-
ent prime rib, Mountain Jack's
Southfield also presents a wide-
ly diversified menu for diners
with discriminating taste, in-
cluding steak, chicken or
seafood. It is one of the few
places where entrees also in-
clude soup and salad bar at the
table.

field Rd., Southfield Commons,
Southfield, 569-1400. Serving
authentic Thai food, Bangkok
Club is open lunch and dinner
for the multitude of people who
thoroughly enjoy this fascinat-
ing and healthy dining. Service
for lunch and dinner is 7 days,
but dinner only on Fri., Sat. and
Sun. Authentic Thai food brings
out an exquisite taste which
many people have discovered
when visiting Bangkok Club.

Pearl City, 27522 Northwest-
ern Hwy. at 11 Mile between
Lahser and Telegraph, South-
field, 354-3700. Since selecting
Southfield as his third location,
John Wong has captured the din-
ing imagination of many with
his moderately-priced Chinese
food at lunch and dinner. Pearl
City Southfield's Sunday buffet,
dinner buffet and menu selec-
tions offer customers a variety
of ways in which to dine. It's chil-
dren's menu is also highly re-
ceived.

Excalibur, 28875 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, 358-3355. When for-
mer owner Pat Archer passed
on, people said Excalibur would
also go. However, they didn't
reckon with Marty Wilk, own-
er/chef who has made it one of
Metropolitan Detroit's marked-
ly popular dining and dancing
spots. Its Frank Sinatra's favorite
while in the local area. Enter-
tainment is Tues. thru Sat. and
complete catering at Excalibur
plus homes, halls, etc.

Plaza Deli, 29145 Northwest-
ern at 12 Mile, Franklin Shop-
ping Plaza, Southfield, 356-
2350. A delicatessen institution
in Metropolitan Detroit, Plaza
Deli is now even better since be-
ing purchased by the Unique
Restaurant Corporation. Large
sandwiches, innovative salads
and a vast array of traditional
Jewish cuisine. Plaza's self-ser-
vice is great for those in a hurry
and its outdoor dining is a big
favorite for alfresco lovers.

Dimitri's Diner, 24977 North-
western Hwy., Southfield, 350-
0890. If there's one thing people
can't say about Dimitri Syros it's
that he doesn't try. With son Nick
and daughter-in-law Terri, Dim-
itri has gone back to his original
concept that always proved suc-
cessful for him — family dining
at low prices. The menu at this
former Denny's includes a lot of
daily specials. Dimitri is also big
on catering.

Sero's, 29221 Northwestern

Bangkok Club, 29269 South-

Gateway Deli, 21 754 W. 11

Mile, Harvard Row, Southfield,
352-4940. A delicatessen man
from years back is bossman at
Gateway Deli, Lenny Fidler, giv-
ing customers a lot of confi-
dence in the enjoyment of its
traditional homemade Jewish
dishes. Gateway serves break-
fast, lunch and dinner and is like
a meeting place for its clientele.
A big specialty is party trays with
Sunday a day of rest from much
hard work.

Gold Coin, 24480 W. 10 Mile in
Tel-Ex Plaza, Southfield, 353-
7878. The Gold Coin features
Szechuan, Mandarin and Can-
tonese dining with complete car-
ry-out available. It is owned by
Howard Lew, whose Ming Palace
of Northland years back pro-
vided him with the needed ex
perience for complete customer
satisfaction. It is open seven
days.

Hwy., Franklin Shopping Plaza,
Southfield, 358-2353. Since tak-
ing over the spot previously oc-
cupied by Healthy Jones a
number of years ago, Sero's has
been doing a gangbusters job
serving the public 7 days a week
with a wide choice of dishes at
affordable prices. Its weekly din-
ner specials have become big
people watcher attention-get-
ters. Breakfast and lunch spe-
cials are also high in customer
popularity.
-

Star Deli, 24555 W. 12 Mile Rd.,

Southfield, 352-7377. This is
one of Michigan's largest deli-
catessen carry-out operations,
but you wouldn't know it from
the size. And everything is
homemade, tole slaw, potato
salad, chicken salad, tuna salad,
egg salad and much more. Star
cooks its own corned beef and
pastrami, and the 7-day opera-
tion includes a major specialty
— beautiful tray catering.

*

TROY

Capraro's Italian Den, 1477
John R, Troy, 588-6000. Fine
American and Italian cuisine is
served for lunch and dinner at
reasonable prices. People enjoy
the menu variety from pizza to
fish and chips to BBQ chicken,
to spaghetti with meat sauce to
traditional Italian favorites to

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