"The quality of the food here is going to surprise anyone who thinks One-Eyed Betty's is just another beer joint," writes food critic Molly Abraham.
New Ferndale hotspot One-Eyed Betty's was noted for its quality food - including weekend breakfast - in a recent review in the Detroit News. Food critic Molly Abraham had positive things to say in her review about the restaurant, which opened in February. The business got 3 stars and was described as "a place with a lot of personality both in ambiance and menu, regardless of the time of day." Read the full review here: "Beer is king, but food also shines at One-Eyed Betty's in Ferndale." In December, Betty's was one of two Ferndale businesses to make a Detroit Free Press list of top new places of 2012. It also was recently included in a 'Best of 2012' list for drinks by Drink Michigan.
This Middle Eastern restaurant at a gas station in Berkley will change your perception about where quality cuisine can be prepared.
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- Joe Hakim
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Mr. Kabob is no longer a hidden gem. Mention the name, and the response is almost always, "Oh, that place in a gas station?" It is true that Mr. Kabob is located in the Sunoco at 12 Mile and Coolidge in Berkley, but that should not diminish expectations. The shop serves serious Middle Eastern cuisine that is flavorful, fresh and affordable. The Gulli family started Mr. Kabob Mediterranean Cuisine in 2003 next to the family’s gas station, and it has since grown into a franchise business. While dining in is an option, most food is taken to go. Remember, even if the food is exceptional, the restaurant is still in a gas station, which doesn't provide much ambiance. All food is served in Styrofoam takeout containers. Disposable plates and …