CloverOrders: a series of delicious takeout/delivery meals that have so far been unfairly underrepresented on this blog

In reviewing recent posts, I realized that there are several staple restaurants that I have completely failed to mention.  I always make sure to bring my camera when we are dressing up to go out for dinner, but often neglect to on our sweatpants/scrubs, pick-up/delivery, eat-in-front-of-computer/Netflix sort of nights.  Which is, to be fair, most of our nights.

Here are some of the restaurants we eat from the most:

Syrian Cuisine & Exotic Bakeries: Love the beet salad, yogurt, and rice pudding.  Tucked away behind the little set of stores at Plymouth and Murfin.  Used to come here after badminton or swimming at the NCRB.

Seoul Street: Soy/Garlic thigh pieces + Milkis = OMG OMNOM; call early before you get hungry because it’s made to order and can take a while, but is definitely worth the wait.

Cardamom: Get takeout because this place gets too crowded and slow to dine in; they’re one of the only places with Kashmiri naan and their mango lassis are excellent.  I think we ate their paneer makhni almost every night on surgery.

Curry Up: I am super addicted to the sweet/savory Dahi Vada, lentil dumplings with yogurt and chutney.  Also, the rolls are huge!

There we go!  Justice is done.  What are some of your favorite takeout places in Ann Arbor?

And because no post is complete without a photo, and most of my photos of the aforementioned places are taken on my iPhone, here is our cat from Halloween:

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One thought on “CloverOrders: a series of delicious takeout/delivery meals that have so far been unfairly underrepresented on this blog

  1. Pingback: CloverLoves: Cardamom in Ann Arbor | Clover Eats!

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