Our group of six celebrated my sister's D'Day. Valerie was excellent! She is an asset to your restaurant!
Everything & Everyone was Great!! Food & Service was excellent
I went there yesterday for Brunch and your food is so good!
Had lunch @ the Southfield Cafe. Will definitely be back. Great meal.
Love It!!!!. I love dining st Sweet Lorraine's. It's always a treat! You can be adventurous and try something new or if you have a boring eater in the group, there's the usual fare as well. I absolutely LOVE the house salad!! Always something new...which keeps me coming back!
DANGEROUS!. I USED to love this place!! About a month ago service, and food slipped dramatically. At first it was just over-cooked, or late, but then worst possible thing happened. I ordered my favorite, the traverse city pasta with chicken. I got my meal after a 45 minute wait, starving, I dug in. After a few bites I noticed something strange about the chicken, so, I took a closer look. IT WAS UNCOOKED! Completely pink. I was astonished, and very upset. It took a lot to even get the meal off the bill!! So in conclusion, be careful while eating here!!!!!
Total Rip Off. This place was a total rip off for catering. They charged (for 12 people) $20 delivery PLUS add'l $50 for a 20% automatic service charge, even if they were late. Total bill was $360 and the food was just std catering fare. I should have waited to get the total, but they made me wait 5 minutes so I gave up. Called to discuss the $70 service charge and after 2 weeks got absolutely no resolve. Don't bother.
Sweet Loraine's Cafe. I've never had a bad meal at Sweet Loraine's. Have not tried the location in downtown Detroit, but assume that it is as good.
BEST Everything. Food was great would eat there again and again... loved it.... Flavor Flavor Flavor.... Great atmosphere, the service was very good. Our group was very happy...
Over-rated hipstar restaurant with international menu thrown into nice American. I hear this restaurant was once chosen the best in the Detroit area about 15 years ago in a local journal. At that time, Detroit suburbs were backward and this restaurant's pretentious hip deco appealed suburbanites who wished to be urbanites. I am a transplant from NY, and checked out this place about 13 years ago, and was aghasted that their misguided international dishes were horribly substandard. Indian curio menu came with ready-made pita bread (which is Arabic) and unsavory curry. Some Chinese-sounding dish had clump of watery rice. I ended up eating only a mouthful each time. However, at other occasions, Ameircan dishes were decent, and live jazz music was nice, but I have not been back there after the abovementioned horrible international dishes. I felt, at least at that time, the service was racially discriminating. This place may be improved in many ways by now, but I am not going back because of the repeated bad expereinces there.
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