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September 07, 2002 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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Moshe are treated to a Kiddush feast that
goes far beyond the traditional kichel and
cookies. Organized by the synagogue's
Sisterhood, and prepared and served by
volunteers, the Kiddush features a wide array
of dishes. The family hosting the Kiddush is
involved in the planning, from choosing the
foods that will be served to picking the colors
that will be used to decorate the tables.

Did you Know

that the
Kiddush at B'nai Moshe includes pastries
that are shipped from all over the country,
including New England, New York and

Other C - oices:

Temple Israel,
Adat Shalom, Shaarey Zedek B'nai Israel



Congregation Shaarey


"The design was far ahead
of its tire, and the inside is
just as beautiful as the

Gary Dembs, Huntincton Wooc

Founded in 1861, Congregation Shaarey
Zedek was the first Conservative Jewish
congregation in
the Detroit
area. After
inhabiting five
buildings, it
moved to its
location in 1962.1t counts more than 2,000
families as members.

Did you Know i„

that the build-
ing that houses Congregation Shaarey
Zedek is a Michigan Registered Historic

Ot - er C - oices:

Temple Beth El,
Shir Shalom, Temple Israel, Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Congregation B'nai Moshe

Dm. out


P.F. Chang's tied with Peking House

P.F. Chang's
China Bistro

The Somerset Collection (South), Troy

"Even when there's a wait,
you can call anc put your
name on the list, co
shoppinc, core LacK anc
have a great Teal, And I li Ke
the fact that they o'er
brown rice Instead of just
the traditional white,"

Jill Varx, Farmincton Hills

P. F. Chang's in The Somerset Collection is
part of a national chain of Chinese
restaurants with a focus on fresh,
contemporary Asian cuisine. Traditional
dishes are offered, along with more
innovative choices . The emphasis is on fresh
ingredients, natural flavors and light sauces. A
full bar is available.

Did you now

that the faux
Ming Dynasty horses that flank the out-
side entrance of P. F. Chang's each weigh
700 pounds and are more than 7 feet tall?

Peking House

his wife Cecelia, has been in the same Royal
Oak location for the last 15 years. The
restaurant is known for traditional Chinese
food, with an emphasis on fresh vegetables
and flavorful combinations. Many bar and bat
mitzvahs, showers and other kinds of parties
are held in the large banquet room upstairs.

Did you now „.

that Peking
House sells more Tsing Tao beer than any
establishment in Michigan?

Cther Choices:

Hong Hua, Shangri
La, China King, House of Ing, Golden


Mene Sushi

West Bloomfield

"I love the variety in the
lunch combinations,
Everything co -nes on a
plate with II_ le
compaTments; it's lire a
miniature taste fest,"

Sail Dvor Kin, West Bloomfield

Mene Sushi, which means King of Sushi,
offers more than 70 different kinds of sushi.
For non-sushi lovers, there is a wide selection
of noodle dishes, teriyaki and tempura. The
restaurant is open seven days a week, and a
full bar is available.

tic you Know I,

Royal Oak

"They are most
accoi—nodating; they'll
TaKe your fooc any way
you lire it, without
cornstarch or VSG, Vy wife
(Charlotle) made Ty
surprise 60th biThday party
there, and everyone really
enjoyed it,"

Dr. S. Meyer Arbit, West Bloomfield

The Peking House, owned by Randy Lim and

that Mene Sushi
uses more than 500 pounds of rice every

Other Choices:

Sushi Hana, Little
Tree, Café Sushi, Kabuki, New Seoul Garden



La Shish tied with The Sheik

La Shish

West Bloomfield, Farmington Hills, Livonia,
Warren, Dearborn, Dearborn, Canton,
Rochester, Detroit

"I've always thought their


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