The Dish

by Maria on August 10, 2009


Every neighborhood needs a place like Dish. Let’s face it, good takeout is tough to find and Dish does it right. But Dish is no lowly takeout joint, A tiny storefront on Detroit’s east side, it specializes in fresh, healthy, made-from-scratch cuisine, with real, unprocessed ingredients. You can get soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts or a three-course gourmet meal. Above, see the Muffaletta, white bean salad and Caesar salad.


Chef and owner Paul Sulek is a CIA graduate and has made the rounds at some of the country’s finest, ranging from The Mansion On Turtle Creek in Dallas, The Whitney and The Country Club of Detroit. His wife Peg co-owns the business with him, and they create the menus together. 

These folks clearly know their stuff, and in addition to their scrumptious menus, their website offers loads of links to food-related books, movies, music, blogs, tips and local purveyors.

Ideally, we’d all cook beautiful meals every night, but sometimes it just isn’t gonna happen. Whether you’re busy, tired, lazy or just don’t feel like cooking, places like Dish offer people a delicious answer to the what’s-for-dinner question. It’s fantastic that a chef of this caliber is bringing real-food solutions to our busy world. 

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