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This place is amazing! I recommend trying to sit at the Chef's Table, which is similar to the bar, but with the chefs cooking in front of you. Great atmosphere and awesome fresh and local ingredients. Highly recommend this place!
Quick stop to sit at the bar for cocktails and a couple of appetizers. The drinks were amazing and inventive. This is not a place to just have a beer! We tried the stuffed leaks (okay) and clam toast (yummy). Not the mind blowing food...More
The only reason this wasn’t a 5 is because the menu was slightly limited. The food was a 5 and the service was a 5. My wife had the lemon crepes and they were really good. I had the Chilaquiles and they were spectacular. I...More
While the space is very plain and feels somewhat like an office break room with metal chairs, simple no tablecloth tables, and lots of windows, it is busy for a reason - the food is very good. It's on the expensive side but some of...More
We came here with a small group to celebrate a birthday. This was actually our second time dining here and it was so incredible the first time we knew we wanted to come back with a group to share plates. The menu is divided in...More
The concept of ordering several small dishes to share was fun. We ordered a variety of vegetable dishes including cauliflower, squash and brussel sprouts. Each dish was prepared creatively and
was tasty. For dessert we shared the delicious pavlova. The service was friendly and efficient....More
Farm to table has come to Detroit at the Selden Standard. Unfortunately, farm to table does not come cheap. We opted to try lunch rather than spend the big money for dinner. Lunch menu includes 2 soup choices, some salads, a sandwich and what I...More
I have eaten here 20 times and never Han a bad Meal so that’s why almost every Food writer has the in the Top 3 ( And over half number 1 Restaurant in Detroit) .
A Must Hit for any Foodie out there !!!!