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April 30, 1993 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-30

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TROY

WEST BLOOMFIELD

of Chuck Muer seafood cuisine
is highly exemplified here. But
don't think for a moment that
this is all, just seafood. Charley's
Crab's menu, although highly
fish oriented, also includes dish-
es to delight other palates. 0)

field, 855-3570. One of the
newest Chinese restaurants to
open within the past year, Gold-
en Phoenix had previously been
a long-time favorite on Maple
Rd. and Telegraph prior to mov-
ing to this locale. Cantonese,
Szechuan and American food is
available for dining in and car-
ry-out. (I)

The Desoto Diner, Northfield
Hilton, 5500 Crooks Rd., Troy,
879-2100. A diner solely in its
name, Desota serves up tasty
fare such as steaks, chops, pas-
ta and seafood. All are com-
plemented with a salad buffet
that includes over 50 toppings,
fresh made soups and breads
at decent prices nowadays. It is
open daily for lunch and dinner
and Sunday brunch. 0)

Mon Jin Lau, 1515 E. Maple,
Troy, 689-2332. Imaginative
cuisine is a beature at Mon Jin
Lau, voted best Chinese restau-
rant by Monthly Detroit. Its dis-
tinctive always-changing menu
has allowed customers to ex-
perience extraordinary dining
for over 22 years. Kitchen open
until 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat. and 12
Mid. rest of the week for lunch,
dinner, take-out and late, late
dining. ()

Orchid Cafe, 3303 Rochester
Rd., Troy Point Plaza, Troy. Tra-
ditional Thai dishes with a
pleasant atmosphere are fea-
tured in this Far Eastern restau-
rant of popularity. Ratings
include 3 stars by Detroit Free
Press and among the top ten
newest restaurant in metropol-
itan area by Detroit Monthly. It
is open Mon.,-Sat., lunch 11-3
and dinner 3-9. Popular chick-
en, seafood, beef, etc., also in-
clude barbeque and vegetarian
dishes. (i)

WALLED LAKE

Key Largo, 142 E. Walled Lake
Dr., Walled Lake, 669-14441. A
Northwest premiere in water-
front dining, experiences at Key
Largo include a lot of tropical
fun. A large menu that features
new pastas, pizzas, ribs, sand-
wiches, salads and daily fresh
fish specials at both lunch from
11 a.m. to dinner at 4 p.m. Its
banquet room is available for
all events. 0)

WARREN

Andiamo Italia, 7096 E. 14
Mile Road, Warren, 268-3200...
One of the East Side's most pop-
ular Italian restaurants, Andi-
amo and owner Joe Vicari are
proud of an ability to bring tru-
ly fine dining with legendary
Chef Aldo Ottaviani. Surround-
ings of the beautiful Andiami
atmosphere is also a treat for
folks who have discovered that
only minutes to a half-hour sep-
arates them from a true culinary
jewel. 0)

Arriva Italia Ristorante,
6880 E. 12 Mile Rd., Warren,
573-8100. Chef Bill Hall has
been preparing authentic Ital-
ian food for 11 years with an
emphasis on country cuisine.
Fresh pasta is made on the
premises every dPy. A favorite
dining spot for local media per-
sonalities, Arriva is open 7 days
a week, Wednesday nights,
Johnny Trudell plays jazz. Fri-
day and Saturday dancing to
Allen Bondar. Private dining
rooms are available. (I)

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WEST BLOOMFIELD

Golden Phoenix, 6257 Or-
chard Lake Rd., Sugar Tree
Shopping Center, West Bloom-

Mai Thai, 6675 Orchard Lake
Rd., Old Orchard Shopping Cen-
ter, West Bloomfield, 626-6313.
Those who like the real thing
will enjoy Mai Tai with its very
spicy or non-spicy foods con-
cocted for authentic and tradi-
tional tastes at lunch or dinner.
It presents a casual atmosphere
with seating around 100 and is
open seven days a week. (i)

Manuel's of West Bloom-
field, 4301 Orchard Lake Road,
Crosswinds Mall, 737-0300.
Dinner is served from 2:00 pm
to 8:00 pm with our regular
menu plus featured specials.
Italian and Mexican favorites
are gourmet pizzas, pastas,
flaming fajitas, steak tempe-
quena, veal shitaki, and fresh
fish specialties. Reservations
are requested. 0)

Ming Dynasty, 5586 Drake
Rd. at Walnut Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, 661-1500. Harold
Horn, owner of Ming Dynasty,
is also proprietor of the popu-
lar King Lim's Gardens in Oak
Park which moved years ago
from Nine Mile to its present lo-
cal6. His Ming Dynasty serves
Mandarin, Szechuan and Can-
tonese food in an elegant and
spacious showplace setting.
Dine in, carryout and banquet
room are available. ()

Pals, 5656 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield, 855-5584. Gracious
dining is experienced in a ca-
sual atmosphere at both lunch
and dinner. Chuck Muer's menu
includes fresh fish and seafood
daily plus a bevy of noted pas-
tas. Happy Hour is at 5 p.m.,
Monday-Friday with Ernie Swan
at the piano. Friday and Satur-
day nights features special en-
tertainment and dancing. After
theatre snacks and desserts are
available daily. Sunset dinners
are 4-6 Mon.-Sat. and 2-6 Sun-
day. 0)

Pizzeria Uno, 6745 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 737-
7242. Here is where the origi-
nal deep dish Chicago-style piz-
za is a featured attraction. But
it isn't all with a menu that vir-
tually bustles with burgers, sal-
ads, appetizers and cocktails.
Kids eat free Sun. & Mon. (i)

Rikshaw Inn, 6407 Orchard
Lake Rd., Orchard Mall, West
Bloomfield, 851-6400. Known
for many years as a fine Chi-
nese restaurant, Rikshaw is
equally proud of its continental
cuisine that gives it the conno-
tation for gourmet dining with-
out paying big prices. Caesar
salads, lobster, rack of lamb,
etc. are among the elegant
dishes that can be gotten at Rik-
shaw Inn which has been at the
same location over 18 years. a)

Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-
6622. Celebrating its 30th year,
this highly-regarded restaurant
features cocktails and a menu
to satisfy all appetites. Whether
choosing cheese blintzes
stuffed cabbage, pickled trout,
vegetarian dishes, hand-sliced
New York lox, fresh broiled fish
or matzo ball soup, breakfast,

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WEST BLOOMFIELD

Venidos Amig os,

lunch and dinner dining in a
warm casual atmosphere is
Tues., through Sun. 0)

Sultan's, 7295 Orchard Lake
Rd., Robin's Nest Plaza, West
Bloomfield, 737-0160. The
price is right at Sultan's, whose
Lebanese and Amreican food
has received raves of out-
standing merit. General Man-
ager Wally Joseph Soro is noted
for his flair with exotic and ta-
bleside cooking. Sultan's new
low-priced specials for lunch
and dinner have gained promi-
nence with food selections for
everyone in the same exotic at-
mosphere. (0

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GRAND OPENING
CELEBRATION!

WINDSOR

Tunnel Bar-B-Q, 58 Park St. E.,
Windsor, Det. Number 961-
3663. Tunnel Bar-B-Q, off the
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel exit,
and its sister operation, TBQ's
Other Place, are prominent as
two of Windsor's finest restau-
rants. For over 50 years, Tun-
nel has reaped much inter-
national fame for its world fa-
mous ribs and high quality
homemade desserts. TBQ's Oth-
er Place features tasty seafoods,
steaks, chops, cocktails and
much banquet facilities. (14)

"Cinco de Mayo"
(Wednesday, May 5th)

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(lunch or dinner)

With Coupon, May 5th only

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MEXICAN RESTAURANTE

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Southfield Sets
Ethnic Festival

The Second Annual All-
School/All-City Southfield
Ethnic Festival will be held
5-8:30 p.m. May 6 in the
Southfield Civic Center. The
Southfield Public Schools and
the Southfield Area Council
PTA are hosting and coordi-
nating the event in coop-
eration with the City of
Southfield.
The purpose of the ethnic
festival is to celebrate the
diversity of the Southfield
and Lathrup Village commu-
nities, foster multi-cultural
understanding and build com-
munity pride and cohesive-
ness.
The festival will have two
main components — 25 ethnic
food booths and numerous
groups providing entertain-
ment.
Food will be sold, but there
is no general admission fee
for the festival.

`Good Times'
At The Attic

The Good Times Are Killing
Me, Lynda Barry's comedy

about coming of age in the
early '60s, will run at the At-
tic's New Center Theatre
through June 27.
Performances run Thurs-
day-Sunday. "Talk back" ses-
sions with the cast and direc-
tor will take place every
Thursday directly folowing
the performance. Tickets are
available at the New Center
Theatre box office, 875-8284;
or the Strand Theatre box of-
fice, 335-8100.

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