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The name just about says it all: Johnny Noodle King is a restaurant specializing in noodles and soup. Alot of the menu is Japanese-inspired, there are also many dishes taking inspiration from other cuisines, from Vietnamese to Southwestern. In addition to their bowls, you can also add for customized add-ins so you get the perfect noodle soup for you every time. Besides the noodles, they also have a good selection of salads, sides and drinks - including specialty cocktails. If you're looking to fill that noodle craving, make sure you head to Johnny Noodle King.
For a taste of authentic Puerto Rican cuisine, make sure to check out Angel's Place. Try out comforting dishes like pernil, fried plantains and more. Although the menu isn't huge, the basics are covered well. For no-frills, delicious taste of new flavors, look no further than Angel's Place.
Rono's has been around for years. A little bit hard to find, this hidden gem has been consistently serving quality Jamaican food at reasonable prices, so it's no wonder people continue to return. Try their Jerk Chicken or the flavorful oxtails. A bonus is the service and the staff who's so friendly and laid back, you just might think you're on an island!
A rewarding dining adventure, the Blue Nile offers ample portions of traditional Ethiopian food. Guests sit on small chairs a foot and a half above the ground and eat from a common platter formed by a large flat loaf of injera bread. Try the yebeg alecha (lamb cooked in herbal butter with onions and green peppers), doro wat (chicken simmered in a thick, zesty sauce) or any of a large number of vegetable dishes.
For authentic Indian food in the Detroit Metro area, head to Megha's Athidhi. Much of the equipment and special ingredients are actually flown in from India, further contributing to the authenticity of this restaurant. The menu has entire vegetarian sections on it, so herbivores can get excited about the amount of variety available to them. So if you're in the mood for the explosive flavors of India, look no further.