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Prime rib, London broil, New York strips and more.
It’s a little more expensive than some Indian restaurants, with most meat entrées at $14 or $15 and most vegetarian ones at $10 or $11, but it has a full bar, including Indian beers and wines, and a quiet, cloth-napkin atmosphere. You get naan with your meal, so you’re saving $3 or $4 right there. Expect intense and multifaceted flavors and a very long menu — 111 dishes plus desserts. Most of the cuisine is northern, but they also feature a few Hyderabadi dishes. The lamb Hyderabadi is cooked in coconut milk and cream, with poppy seeds, so it’s creamy, as you’d expect, but with a kick that lifts it out of the ordinary. Some other dishes that you might not see every day are a sweet corn soup, Goan fish curry and bharwan simla mirch, which is a green pepper stuffed with paneer, potato, peas, cashews, cilantro and ginger, grilled on the tandoor using Sabharwal’s special recipe.

We love this downtown greasy spoon, and not only because it’s right around the corner. The food is reliable, but it’s also a great place for people-watching. Hard by the courts, it’s a hub of activity around breakfast and lunch, with jurors, lawyers, cops and witnesses gorging themselves on hearty diner fare: chicken pitas, philly steaks, turkey melts, anything that sits heavy in the hamper. Closes at 3 p.m.

Detroit’s culinary gift to the world may be humble, but it’s a point of local honor. Located in the midst of the busy street of Joseph Campau, this Coney Island is the perfect stop in between the bar hopping. Taste the pride for $1.85 with a classic Coney dog: An all-beef frank placed lovingly in a bun, drizzled with beef chili, diced raw onions and mustard. It’s the perfect spot for a quick meal of your favorite burger, gyro or sandwich. Also, stop in for breakfast the next morning after an adventurous night on the town.
Same owner for over 20 years. Serving the BEST corned beef in Detroit!

Hard Rock Café Detroit provides classic American cuisine while spreading the spirit of rock 'n' roll.

Middle Eastern Cuisine at an affordable price is what Harmonie Garden has to offer, and they have the perfect location to do it- nearby the campus of Wayne State University. 

The Fried Chicken King! Originated in Chicago in 1955. The taste is like southern cooking with a city appeal. The chicken, fish and shrimp are cooked to order. There are no warmers or heat lamps! Finish off your chicken with your choice of special sauce for a taste that's addictive and known as the 'Best Chicken in Detroit.' Two locations to serve you.
Adorned with beer banners, farm implements and 10 TV monitors tuned to sports stations, the capacious, century-old former brothel is 30-yards long, with perhaps the longest bar in Detroit. Most patrons are satisfied with burgers, chili, sandwiches and drafts from Bud to boutique. But satisfying as these mundane offerings may be, there are also more than a dozen oversized appetizers, many Southwestern oriented, hefty a la carte salads, a singular, exceedingly thick, white-bean soup, and oversized entrees.
Reminiscent of a '50s diner. Home-style cooking and daily Blue Plate Specials. Burgers are served Southern style with lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. Deli sandwiches, gyros, pork chops, BBQ ribs and chicken. Good lasagna.
Huge menu packed with unusual entrees.
You can't help but to relax in this 'big old barn', the atmosphere is so warm and friendly. Good burgers, steaks and fish are the norm here. Great for an office party or get-together.
Heavenly Chicken & Waffles brings the delicious East Coast combination to metro Detroiters. A three-time feature on the Fox2 Morning Show, Heavenly Chicken & Waffles prepares fresh, made-to-order meals. The award-winning golden brown Belgian waffle is served alongside perfectly seasoned Amish chicken wings. Come and enjoy how it all began in a Harlem Renassaince atmosphere where good food and good times meet. Try this East Coast tradition that is delightfully different and heavenly satisfying. Can't make it to the restaurant? Ask about the "On the Spot" catering service.
This little bar offers some surprisingly good sandwiches and American fare. Very simple and casual. Bring the whole family.
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