To subvert grumpy monarchs, angry medieval youths scrawled condiment graffiti such as "Fran Tanner has plague" and "the king is a jerk" inside their sandwiches. Dig beneath lettuce to bring history to light with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of sandwiches, salads, pasta, and more at carryout-only Dish, which was deemed Detroit's Best Carryout in a 2010 Hour magazine poll.
Dish's menu unites fresh sandwiches, full-flavored salads, and pristinely parmesaned pastas in the global fight against sandwich-shop simplicity. The hummus- and feta-laden Mediterranean veggie sandwich ($8.00) encloses a sea of beets, pine nuts, and cucumbers in a perimeter of lavosh wrap or multi-grain bread, and the tiger-shrimp and bacon sandwich ($10.00) is served with caper-dill cream cheese. Pastas such as the linguine picatta or pasta puttanesca can be ordered as standalone meals ($9.50 each) or served alongside a chicken ($12.50) or shrimp ($13.50) entree that uses either free-range poultry or free-reign shrimp that were born into a uniformly diminutive aristocratic family and controversially presided over an entire crustacean kingdom.
With rotating specials, Dish adds daily variety to its already wide-ranging edible inventory and the ability to induce culinary shock in regulars. Chef Paul Sulek hails from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York; he has roots in French cuisine and develops dishes based on the inspired ideas of Peg, his longtime partner but not identical twin.
- For four years now the three chefs have been packing in plastic such upscale, thoughtful dishes – Jane Slaughter, Metro Times
- Always fresh ingredients, nice portions, side salad and a pickle for a great price. – Sstephens59, CityVoter
- It's hard to decide what to order - it is all so good! – Deva, CityVoter
18441 Mack Ave.
Detroit, Michigan 48236Get Directions