If two heads are better than one, then two cuisine-noggins fused into one restaurant-body are better than one. Polycephalify your palate with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of American-Asian fusion fare at Eurasian Grill in West Bloomfield.
Stirred by the Eastern and Western influences that have flavored his family’s lineage, Eurasian Grill owner David Lum shapes an artful menu of new-American cuisine inspired by Asian techniques and seasonings. Seafaring palates might set sail with the garlic-chive dumplings, shrimp-filled treasure chests drizzled in a sweet ginger-scallion soy sauce ($8) before an order of Hawaiian mahi mahi in a spicy red curry ($23). Green peppercorn sauce covers the 10-ounce madagascar filet mignon ($30), and classic sweet & sour chicken comes batter-dipped, served along with pineapples, bell peppers, and onions, and the eponymous sauce ($14). A gallery of Lum’s nieces and nephews—his Eurasian inspirations—line the honey-colored walls, and subdued lighting casts an elegant glow. White cloths lend an elegant feel to the space, inspiring envy in visiting wannabe specters.
The framed photos that line the wall are a daily reminder for owner David Lum of the inspiration behind Eurasian Grill—Lum’s nieces and nephews. As an ode to their European and Asian heritage, Lum crafted a menu of dishes using Eastern and Western techniques. Veal parmesan sits near orange beef on the page, and Michigan lake perch shares menu space with Hawaiian yellow-fin ahi tuna with wasabi soy sauce. To further blend cultures, waiters sing the "Star Spangled Banner" while toting sichuan chicken and mu shu pork to linen-topped tables.
4771 Haggerty Rd.
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48323