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Reviews and Such Filipino Restaurants

Jeepney – Fine Filipino Fare

This is an update on Jeepney. I first reviewed the restaurant a little short of seven years ago. Since then, the original location fell victim to a fire. They have reopened out on Inkster Boulevard. This reopening comes with a new chef, as Albert, the original chef has moved on to other areas of the…

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Reviews and Such Restaurants Shawarma

The Good Lands Cafe – Sargent Avenue

The Good Lands Cafe, is a new cafe with vegetarian/vegan fare, located on Sargent Avenue. It’s in the building that used to house the Strong Badger Coffee House. I was a big fan of the Strong Badger. I am becoming a big fan of the Good Lands Cafe. *In keeping with Covid-19 regulations, The Good…

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Food local products

Lisbon Bakery – Mordens Chocolate

Lisbon Bakery and Mordens Chocolate are two specialty food outlets, that are within a couple of blocks of where I live. Both have been in business for a long time, in fact this year is the 60th anniversary for Mordens. Of the two, I more frequently visit Lisbon Bakery. It’s open early and a good…

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Reviews and Such Restaurants Vietnamese

Pho Hoi An – Sargent Avenue

This is a new post on Pho Hoi An, a Vietnamese restaurant on Sargent Avenue. I originally wrote a review a couple of years ago. A couple of months ago I switched from WordPress hosted to self hosted. Unfortunately somewhere in that process I lost that original post. So, while this post will only deal…

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Reviews and Such Restaurants Vietnamese

Thanh Huong Vietnamese Restaurant

Over the last few years I’ve reviewed about 20 or so Vietnamese restaurants. Even with that, there are still several that I haven’t gotten around to trying. One of these is Thanh Huong, which is located on Sargent Avenue by Langside Street. Hours Monday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Tuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm…

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Reviews and Such Ethiopian Restaurants

Harmans Cafe – Sargent Avenue

Back when I wrote up Akin’s restaurant, I mentioned that it was one of three restaurants that were part of the same building that houses both Mercadito Latino, and Harman’s. Harmans is an Ethiopian restaurant with an interesting history. Harmans was originally a drug store that stood on the corner of Sherbrook Street and Portage…