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September 07, 2002 - Image 30

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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Barbara Goldsmith, Waterford

La Shish has a total of nine restaurants
throughout metro Detroit, with plans to add
more. It has recently expanded its menu to
include delicacies like grilled cornish hen
and hommous with salmon or whitefish. It
also offers live evening entertainment
featuring authentic Middle Eastern music.

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That more
than 3,200 pieces of fresh pita are
baked everyday in La Shish's large on-
site oven called a "foron.'

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K.V.

TRADITION! TRADITION!

www.allthingsjewish.com

WITH THE GREATEST VARIETY AND THE MOST
ORIGINAL JUDAICA IN THE COMMUNITY

ALICIA R. NELSON • 248.557.0109

The Sheik

West Bloomfield, Livonia

"We go there regularly and
especially Ike their hoTe-
baked pita bread and
falafel."

Joel Shayne, Farmincton Hills

WINNE

WINNE

Best Place
To Blow
Your Die

Best Place
To Be
Seen!

Readers
Favorite Restaurant

Corned Beef
Challah
Chicken Soup
7-Layer Cake

The Sheik originally opened in downtown
Detroit in 1929 by Fred Ganaham and later
was run by his two daughters. The West
Bloomfield location opened in 1997. Well-
known local chef Rudy Rammal has run the
kitchen since 1996. The Sheik offers a
complete catering service both on-site and
off.

Great
Carry-Out
Department

Fabulous
Sit Down
Eatery

Did you now

that their
best-selling dishes are lamb chops,
deboned chicken and chicken kabobs?

Other C - oices:

A Little Bit Of New York
Right Here In Bloomfield Hills

6646 TELEGRAPH AT MAPLE • BLOOMFIELD PLAZA • 248.932-0800

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SOURCEBOOK 2002-2003 •

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La Fendi,
Phoenicia, Pita Café, Anita's Kitchen, Al
Oumara, Elie's

K.V.

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