Wednesday, July 26, 2000

A creamy rhapsody

Posted By on Wed, Jul 26, 2000 at 12:00 AM

Steve and Darlene Szatmari's downriver Hungarian Rhapsody is filled with families who want to eat food that tastes like grandma used to cook. Everyone knows that these cuisines are on the heavy side -- not exactly suitable for a weight-reducing diet, but very delicious. The Hungarian combination plate lets you sample chicken paprikas, cabbage stuffed with pork, veal and rice, and a great breaded pork chop. However, the outstanding choices at Hungarian Rhapsody are the desserts: Kremes (kre-mesh), puff pastry with vanilla custard filling.

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Wednesday, July 12, 2000

Soup in the melting pot

Posted By on Wed, Jul 12, 2000 at 12:00 AM

The Grille is part diner, part family restaurant, promising "Good Food" and "Good Time." The spot has a quintessentially melting-pot menu, which includes veal Parmesan, tuna plate, lasagna, meat loaf, fish and chips, vegetarian stir-fry, BLTs, chopped sirloin dinner, chili fries, omelets, chef’s salad. When stacked up against other restaurants that serve a similar menu, Motown Cafe Grille is at the high end -- the food tastes good.

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Wednesday, July 5, 2000

Roll your own entrée

Posted By on Wed, Jul 5, 2000 at 12:00 AM

Thuy Trang offers a long menu of terrific, refreshing Vietnamese food in a strip-mall setting. No one speaks much English and the menu is cryptic at best, but the food is worth it. Especially check out the drinks, from pineapple shakes to a bean curd drink.

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