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    If you come early on a weekend morning, you might find Assaggi Bistro’s George Gize digging in to an egg dish at this unpretentious coney. They serve an egg-white vegetarian omelet with green peppers, onions, mushrooms, tomato and cheese. Or, if you need flesh with your ova, there’s the Greek omelet, with gyro meat, feta cheese, grilled onions and tomatoes. Cash only.
    Zingerman's
    Zingerman's creates made-to-order sandwiches using traditionally made foods. It was rated the #1 meal deal in Detroit by the Zagat survey.
    As fine a deli as anyone could wish for, and more than just a haven for triple-decker sandwiches and dill pickles. In addition to its array of imaginative sandwiches, soups and salads, it stocks top-of-the-line products, from tea, coffee and mustard to cheese, jam and olives, from small, proprietor-run companies literally across the globe. Breads from its own bake house have become almost as famous as the deli itself. The knowledgeable staff adds to the superior experience.
    Zoup! Ren Cen
    Another Zoup! restaurant is here to please soup fans in metro Detroit. It's located inside the Ren Cen food court, just downstairs from the main lobby. Zoup! serves a dozen different handcrafted soups each day, selected from a collection of more than 200 recipes. First-time customers can try free samples to help them choose from a variety of low-fat, vegetarian, dairy-free and spicy selections. Soup flavors include asparagus, chicken pot pie, shrimp and corn chowder, Jamaican Bay gumbo and Bass Ale steak and onion. Homemade brownies and cookies top of the meal. And Zoup!'s not just for lunch any more – try a unique breakfast from 8-10:30am each weekday. You can choose from a list of five homemade oatmeal flavors (such as banana nut crunch and blueberry), plus a selection of juices and baked goods. Zoup!'s Web site features daily menus and on-line ordering.
    Zyggyz Grill & Chill Indo-American Fast Food
    Zyggyz is a sit-down place, quite informal, where you order from a menu and a server brings your food. The best deal is the $5.95 combo plate: two items from a list of four vegetarian and three meat dishes, plus rice; add naan or paratha for $1.25. Most delicious, though, is samosa chaat: cut-up samosas covered in chana masala (chickpeas cooked with tomatoes, red onion and cilantro, in this case), onions and yogurt sauce. It sounds like a muddle, but it’s very fresh, so each flavor stands out to great effect. Zyggyz is attracting a mix of Indian and non-Indian customers. Spice levels are pretty low, but requests for adjustments will be honored.

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