In woks at Bangkok Cuisine, snow peas, shrimp, napa cabbage, and scallops sizzle in a symphony of familiar sounds and tasty smells. Prepared by a chef with over 25 years of experience in Thai cooking, ingredients indigenous to Southeast Asia mingle in traditional Thai dishes, which also draw on the culinary traditions of the country’s neighbors. Catfish fillets marinate before chefs cover them in breading and garlic sauce, and shrimp, scallops, and squid evoke Thailand’s palm-tree-sprinkled coast. Chefs tailor each dish’s spiciness to individual palates, delighting daring diners with thai peppers that can taste mild or hotter than two astronauts making out on the surface of Venus. Fusion dishes include Chinese staples such as sweet ‘n’ sour sauce.
We are La Marsa restuarant at Bloomfield hills, and we have three other locations at Farmington Hills, Troy, and Waterford. We serve the best Mediterranean cousins from different countries from the middle east, Egypt, Yemen,Tunis,Lebanon, Syria. To see out full menu go to www.lamarsaexpress.com
Marty's creations are certifiably kosher and have no artificial ingredients. Choose from more than a dozen custom creations from the cookie gallery, ranging from the progressively futuristic chocolate chip ($1.75 each) to the signature chocolate drizzle cookie ($3.50 each). Before you trade your cow for an unenchanted bean, stock up on milk for cookie-tray acquisition; serve 8–12 people with a 60-cookie assortment for $37.99. Foolish lovers don't have to give flowers to apologize; give cookie bouquets—six long-stem cookies lovingly wrapped in a rose box sealed with ribbons, bows, and blown kisses ($39.99).
JD’s forges a lively blend of eats and live piano music for a vivacious twist on the predictable night out. As patrons wine, dine, and opine, dueling pianists take the stage, plunking out nimble ditties and popular hits in a back-and-forth battle for key-based supremacy. Guests are encouraged to sing along and dance while fueling their groove engines with draft beers, cocktails, and other liquid luxuries from JD’s fully stocked bar. Quash hunger uprisings with a snack-centric menu of morsels such as the appropriately air-drummable cheese sticks ($6.75), or ensure that one hand remains free for emergency fist pumps with a plate of paw-size mini tacos ($6.75). For Italian-based tastes, JD’s pizza menu features made-to-order disks dressed in a choice of meats, veggies, or a blank canvas of cheese ($11), with toppings arranged in the shape of Billy Joel’s head upon request. The roomy interior at JD’s allows for soulful participation from active listeners, with plenty of seating for guests more inclined to sit back and analyze the arpeggio progressions of Sweet Caroline .
My Cousin’s New York Pizzeria fills East Coast appetites with a menu of pastas, subs, and pizza pies done up in an authentic Big Apple style. The personalized dough disks meet any dinner guest's requirements, beginning with a 14-inch ($7.99) or 18-inch ($11.99) canvas of plain cheese, and expanding in complexity with a choice of toppings from the 24-strong selection ($1.50–$2.15 each). Alternately, work out a languid tongue with hefty bites of a J.J.’s pizza, loaded with pepperoni, meatballs, onions, mushrooms, fresh tomatoes, banana peppers, and feta cheese (18", $17.99), or capsize hunger with an italian sub ($6.95). Baskets of buffalo wings stampede the tables in herds of 10 ($9.99) or 20 pieces ($18.99), taking diners back to the olden days when bison roamed the upstate Empire State skies by the thousands, grazing on spicy, butter-rich cumulus clouds.
Piepers Pies plies empty stomachs with a menu of fresh salads, organic soups, and handheld savory pies made from natural ingredients without trans fat or MSG. Hurried hungers can select from 13 quickly prepared breakfast and all-day pie varieties, such as bacon, eggs, and cheese, original beef, spinach and cheese, or traditional chicken quesadilla ($3.39 each). Diners can offset the flaky stuffed-crust eats with the crisp crunch of a fresh salad, such as house vineyard, greek isle, or caesar roma ($5.29 each), while vegan garden-vegetable, homestyle chili, or chicken noodle soups drown landlubber tongues ($3.19 each). Piepers sweetie pies, with fillings of cinnamon, brown sugar, and walnut, cap off meals more sweetly than a cupcake doffing his frosting ($1.99).