Family owned and operated jewelry store in Windsor, Ontario.
Retailer of rhodium/gold plated silver jewelry. We carry both precious and semi precious stones.
We also have 10,14, and 18k gold diamond rings, earrings, and pendants.
We buy gold and silver at the most competitive prices.
After serving as head chef of Tawaa Restaurant, Chef Sardar took up the reins of ZamZam Cafe & Grill LLC, lovingly fashioning meals of fine Indian and Pakistani cuisine for breakfast, lunch buffets, and dinner. Within the restaurant’s saffron-hued walls, a twinkling crystal chandelier casts a constellation of warm light over crimson tablecloths as the appetizing scent of freshly baked tandoori chicken, richly spiced lamb, and shrimp curries causes stomachs to grumble out Morse code demands for feasting. The bill of fare promises ample vegetarian options, such as the kitchen’s homemade paneer, as well as halal meals, ably adhering to any dietary rules or tastes with colorful veggie stews and savory dals alongside tender morsels of poultry, lamb, and seafood.
For more than 42 years, Gracie See Pastaria's repertoire of cheese-dripping specialty pizzas and rib-sticking pasta platters has satisfied cravings for flavorful Italian fare. Launch a two-person feast rocket with the Clucker—a flock of wings, buffalo wings, chicken tenders, and miniature tacos—or gather four folks and cram for a popper quiz with a 20-piece study guide of deep-fried broccoli and cheese. Marinara-drenched main courses include pasta options such as healthy whole-wheat mostaccioli and the Godfather plate, with its large extended family of italian sausage, homemade meatballs, and mushrooms. Flattened stacks of pepperoni, sausage, and green pepper litter the Sicilian pie, and the spicy Middle Eastern Explosion shakes hands with halal ingredients, onions, and garlic. Meatless munchers might try the cheese ravioli or split the vegetarian pizza. These Roman repasts may be washed down with a glass of wine, soda, or beer, or enjoyed Italian-style with a quart of olive oil.
At Taqueria La Casita, Mexican dishes arrive hot from the kitchen accompanied by an spread of colorful sauces, from tangy red salsa to creamy guacamole. The restaurant's chefs deploy fiery grills and sizzling pans to create traditional classics using an array of crisp vegetables, tender meats, and flavorful spices. They shower handmade corn quesadillas in crumbled fresh cheese before adding in spicy chicken and pressed pork. The chefs smother steak and chorizo burritos in piquant ranchero sauce, and layer gorditas with marinated roasted pork.
As chefs bustle about the kitchen, diners soak in the vibrant colors of the bright dining room, where multi-hued strings of lights dance along the walls. The warm space is flush with whimsical accents, including bright Mexican paintings and an magical sombrero that gives people the ability to smuggle left-overs out of the restaurant.
Sajouna Cafe derives its name from saj, a Middle Eastern domed grill used to bake traditional flatbread. It’s a fitting homage, as those thin, fluffy disks are the culinary foundation of the eatery. Chefs stuff them with falafel, beef shawarma, and fried veggies, for a sandwich that tests hands’ endurance like a socket puppet performance of Hamlet. In addition to sandwiches and wraps, chefs also dole out whole-fruit smoothies and freshly squeezed juices.
Like chili popsicles and videos of grizzly-bear ballerinas, Italian food is enjoyed around the world due to its versatility and heartiness. The menus at Cariera's are drawn from globally pleasing Italian recipes, and the pastas are homemade. Begin a meal in traditional fashion with an antipasto of steamed mussels ($10.25), calamari Cariera (the family recipe—sautéed squid in lemon butter sauce with tomatoes, onion, and capers, $11.25), or bruschetta ($5.25, add mozzarella, $7.25) and a glass of Chianti Classico Reserva ($10). Settling the debate over whether or not to order pasta, all entrees at Cariera's that aren't made with pasta come with a side of pasta, so you can order your lasagna ($13.25), bistecca di lombo di vitello (chargrilled veal chop with cherry-balsamic reduction, $22), or pollo frangelico (almond-encrusted chicken breasts with Frangelico cream sauce, $15.25) with confidence. A glass of grappa is a fitting dessert as the sun sets on Cariera's breezy outdoor patio ($6).