Dearborn Sushi Restaurant Debuts New Menu

Crave Lounge adds "comfort foods," new drinks to menu.

Dearborn's wants customers to get comfortable–that's why they've added a number of "comfort foods" to their fare as one of several menu changes.

"We do a menu every so often," explained owner Khalil Ramadan. "We want to attract new customers and make sure old customers don't get bored."

New menu items include unique, Mediterranean-Asian fusion foods like a mango salad with savory dressing; a menu of fresh, carpaccio fish–meaning in thinly-sliced layers; beef sliders; and a "bucket of chicken"–which is really chicken breast lightly coated in panko breadcrumbs.

Additionally, look for decanters of wine for those looking for more than a glass, and new cocktails "designed by a mixologist from London," Ramadan said, adding that some of the fresh ingredients used in new menu items can also be found in drinks–like locally grown herbs and cucumber.

"I always have my bar working with my kitchen," added Ramadan, "and we try to stick to our roots."

Check out cravelounge.com, or call 313-277-7283 for more information, or to make reservations.

becki kain August 28, 2012 at 11:35 AM
oh! their mango salad is AMAZING!
Dominic Raona August 28, 2012 at 02:11 PM
LOVE Crave! Their sushi is pretty darn good. Love their Calamari. Service is great. One huge problem...their To Go system. The last time we were in we had enough leftovers to take home. They packaged the leftovers so nice in attractive boxes. Then we asked for a bag because we were walking home. They put the nicely packed attractive boxes on their side in the back. We didn't realize it until we got home! All our great sushi was one big rice roll!! You would think that a nice restaurant like Crave with all the effort they go to serving good food with great service would get bags that fit their boxes. Don't know if anyone else has experienced the same problem. Not sure if they do much carry-out. Won't stop us from going back - maybe Thursday!


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