QUOTE(Boater2be @ Mar 6 2004, 03:03 PM)I used to go there for lunch quite a bit years ago and recently returned about 6 mo. ago. The food service and drinks have always been very good to excellent. IMHO.
Enjoy and let me know how you like it.
Oh and thanks for the reminder, it's about time for another trip there.
How about it fellow Troy area LSCNers. Lunch at Juan's sometime next week??
Looks like my Brazil trip is gonna get postponed so maybe it's a good idea!!
Don't miss Charro's in Fraser on 14 around Grosbeck., order the combo 31, bring extra stomach, or binge and purge, LOL waaaayyy tooo much to eat in one sitting.
Panchos on north side of 15 east of Ryan in strip mall, great food.
Margarita's on Woodward just south of Catalpa on west side of Woodward, just south of bank. Dumpy looking but the Fajita's are huge!
I personaly live for Pi's Thai cuisine just north of 16 on east side of dequinder. I was stationed in Thailand for awhile, and this is just like home cooking. Pad Prik with chiken extra chestnuts, medium.
Daaaannnngggg, now I'm hungry and 900 miles away. Bummmer.
There used to be a waitress at Pi's who has a twin sister. We go in there so often she'd have our order in before we sat down. The one sister went to California and got married, now the other ones at the Hazeltucky place.
I like the one in Hazeltucky too.
The Grinderz next store are realy good too. I like those mom/pop shops, you usualy can count on a good meal.
We used to go to Connies El Charro's when they were on Moravian. I like the new one, but you have to go ealry because they get so busy.
My wife and I hate to cook so 90% of our meals are from resturants. We have our favorites when were in Michigan and when were in FLA.