The Best Veggie Burger in the World

June 28, 2009

I wrote about Motor City Withdrawal a while ago. Because I thought it was the Lovely Lettuce’s story to tell to tell, I held off blogging more about the best Veggie Burger in the World at Sweet Lorraines. We only ate at the original location on Greenfield in Southfield and we loved it every time.

I concur that it is the best veggie burger in the world that I have ever tasted. They also have the best veggie meat loaf in the world in my opinion. But, of course, the statistical sample on that is much smaller.


Turning Lebanese . . .

May 25, 2009

When the Lovely Lettuce and I were visiting the Detroit, we ate at Anita’s Kitchen in Ferndale. The restaurant is run by the son and daughter-in-law of one of my RGIS co-workers here in Buffalo.

The Lovely Lettuce and I both like Middle Eastern cuisine and Anita’s Kitchen is one of the better Lebanese restaurants I’ve experienced. Despite having wonderful falafels, the menu  is a bit more adventurous and upscale than many of the Lebanese restaurants I’ve eaten at over the years.  And that is a good thing.

After I got back to Buffalo, I saw my friend at an inventory and he told me that his son mentioned that we ate at his restaurant.   My co-worker asked how I found the restaurant without being given the address.   I replied that Ferndale isn’t that big a place and that it was the only Lebanese restaurant at Woodward and Nine Mile.