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Conveniently located in Downtown Detroit, Cadillac Square Diner serves up hearty breakfasts and American classics in a casual and comfortable ambiance. It is a favorite breakfast and lunch spot with busy professionals working in the area. Popular menu items include Eggs with Corned Beef Hash, Cadillac Skillet and traditional Biscuits & Gravy. It also has a large selection of omelets, a separate children's menu, and a good selection of steaks and chops. Wraps, pita breads and stir-fry dishes are also popular for a quick working lunch or takeaway.
American Coney Island is one of Detroit's iconic Coney joints. American Coney has been featured on many television programs and has been voted number one several times. The menu is classic Coney with the iconic Coney Dogs, chili, Greek salad, pitas and fries. The classic diner decor makes it perfect if you're looking for a little bit of Detroit-oriented Americana.
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.
Looking for a late night slice, and quick? Look no further than Sgt. Pepperoni's at the Garden Bowl. This quick-service joint in the historic bowling alley is a favorite of Detroiters when looking for tasty pizza and sandwiches until the wee hours. Whether you're craving a plain cheese slice, calzone or an Italian Sub, you'll find it at Sgt. Pepperoni's.
At Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño, you will find a true oasis from the somewhat rough neighborhood outside. The light and airy dining room features the flags of Latin American countries adorning the walls and soccer matches playing on the TV. As the name implies, the pupusa, a sort of cheese and filling stuffed corn cake served with curtido (sour, pickled coleslaw-type salad), is the main attraction. Aside from these Salvadorean specialties, however, there are many other delights on the menu. Try the pasteles with various fillings, little empanada type turnovers to name a few. Don't worry if you're not familiar with all the dishes, the staff will answer any questions you have and even make recommendations.
Aladdin Sweets & Cafe is the first Bangladeshi restaurant to grace Detroit's culinary scene. 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 Matar Gobi, vindaloo, korma, biryani and tandoori dishes populate the abundant menu. End your meal with one of their milkshakes.
Located in the heart of Ferndale, Bangkok Cafe has been serving up delicious Thai food to Metro Detroit for a good number of years. So popular is Bangkok Cafe that over the years they have won an impressive number of "Best Of" awards. The restaurant seats only a limited number of guests at a time, however the wait for the food is definitely worth the time, patience and money.
Miller's Bar, despite the name, is actually best known for what comes out of its kitchen rather than behind the bar. Since 1941 Miller's has been serving up a simple menu: burgers, with Swiss cheese or Velveeta, fries, onion rings and tuna, corned beef, ham and grilled cheese sandwiches. But what they are really known for nationwide is the burger, which is hand ground daily beginning at 4a. Standard condiments are available as are onions and pickles, but you won't find any lettuce or tomato here - don't worry you won't miss it!
Middle-Eastern fast food has been coming out of Falafel King's kitchen for over years now. For dining in or take-out, guests can choose from dishes like stuffed grape leaves, kabobs, shawarma and of course, falafel. Portions are huge and prices are low, so everyone can afford to stuff themselves on the deliciousness offered. The small, hole-in-the-wall eatery churns out big flavors and lots of fans. There's plenty of vegetarian offerings so everyone can find something they love.
Although you'll find Leo's all over Metro Detroit, the Southfield location is the original. One thing Detroiters know and love are their Coney's, and Leo's is up there at the top of the list. Of course they serve the traditional Coney Dog, along with the Greek dishes and pitas you would expect at your typical Coney joint, breakfast, burgers and other diner staples. The food is cheap and comes quick, making it perfect for a filling meal on the go.