Aladdin Sweets & Cafe is the first Bangladeshi restaurant in Detroit. Come sample the flavors of India and Bangladesh in this casual, comfortable restaurant. Order a la carte, or at lunchtime take advantage of the buffet. Dishes like Samosas, the mysterious "Aladdin special burger," Aloo Gobi, Vindaloo, Korma, Biryani and Tandoori dishes populate the abundant menu. End your meal with one of their namesake sweets or their special tea.
Head down the stairs and into this cozy and popular basement restaurant serving up traditional, hearty Polish cuisine. Old-world favorites like stuffed cabbage, pierogi, schnitzel and kielbasa round out the mouthwatering menu. The atmosphere is comfortable and family friendly and warm, making it perfect for cold Detroit days. The restaurant is on the small side so be prepared to wait, but the wait is well worth it.
Bucharest Grill serves up some of Downtown Detroit's favorite eclectic mix of foods quickly and light on the wallet. From Romanian dishes like sausages and schnitzels to Middle Eastern specialties like shawarma, hummus and eggplant dip to American favorites like various types of hot dogs and burgers, there's something for everyone. Everything is made to order in front of you so you can be sure your food is as fresh as can be.
Named after the barbeque capitol of Texas, Lockhart's BBQ serves up what they call "Detroit-style" barbeque, pulling their favorite aspects of all the different great BBQ regions and combining them into one. The menu has all your BBQ favorites like ribs, smoked beef brisket, pulled pork, smoked sausage and ham and more. Traditional sides include potato salad, cornbread, baked beans and coleslaw, among others. Lockhart's also features a good selection of local Michigan craft beers on tap.
This barbeque restaurant located in Clarkston packs a big reputation. Featured nationwide in publications and on television, Union Woodshop is even a favorite of Detroit's native celebrities like Kid Rock. The woodshop uses an authentic smoker to cook its meats until they're just perfect. The menu isn't just your grandpa's BBQ, however. Innovative items include the Woodshop Pizza with pulled pork and BBQ sauce and Cedar-Planked Salmon, among all the traditional favorites like ribs, brisket and sausage among others, all with a choice of seven different sauces. Don't miss out on one of their desserts like the maple-bourbon sundae, mini-donuts or their seasonal cobbler. Union Smokehouse also features a full bar.
Lunch Box Deli is located in Grosse Pointe and specializes in all things sandwich. The menu is full of salads, soups and entrees but the real star are the sandwiches. There are so many on the menu, they're divided up by type of meat (or the veggie section). Examples of their signature 'wiches include a Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, Cordon Bleu, Turkey Cranberry and the pop culture favorite Dagwood to name just a few. No matter what type of food is your favorite, you're sure to find something between two pieces of bread that suits your fancy.
Simple and done right, step back in time at Scotty Simpson's Fish & Chips. The restaurant looks just as it did when it opened in 1950, and the same goes for the menu. The menu is fairly straightforward, fried fish, shrimp or chicken with chips, or be a bit more adventurous and try the frogs legs. If you're in the mood for salty, greasy, fried goodness, you've found what you're looking for.
Taqueria Mi Pueblo is a three-story restaurant located in Southwest Detroit. The restaurant serves up the traditional flavors of Jalisco, Mexico. The menu includes favorite items like tacos, burritos, quesadillas, enchiladas and fajitas. They also have a good number of Mexican soups like Menudo and Pozole. All the dishes are made using only fresh ingredients, ensuring that only the best quality dishes emerge from the kitchen.
Taqueria El Rey is one of Detroit's favorite taquerias. Although El Rey cooks up all your classic Mexican favorites like burritos and quesadillas, what they are really known for are their whole grilled chickens. You can also get the famous chicken in the tacos, burritos, tortas and pretty much anything else on the menu. Make sure you get there before they run out! Taqueria El Rey is also a favorite for tacos, with about 15 different varieties.
Red Smoke Barbecue is a bit of an oasis in Greektown, providing a respite from the typical Mediterranean offerings. Check out dishes like Carolina or St. Louis-style ribs, smoked chicken, brisket and pulled pork, or try them all! Rounding out the menu are items like cornbread, fried pickles, sandwiches, coleslaw, mac and cheese and many more. Don't miss out on the creative daily specials which almost always add a contemporary twist to Red Smoke's traditional BBQ.
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