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New Meetup: Rono's Caribbean Family Dining

From: Scott
Sent on: Sunday, May 30, 2010 8:36 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Detroit International Social Meetup!

What: Rono's Caribbean Family Dining

When: Saturday, June 5,[masked]:30 PM

Rono's Caribbean Family Dining
14001 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48235

From Metromix:

Rono's Caribbean Family Dining in Detroit offers the next best thing to Jamaica, complete with a laid-back atmosphere and reggae music wafting in the background. Nobody's in a rush here, and there's nothing cute or fancy. The flowers adorning the walls and tables are artificial, made of silk fabric or plastic. The tablecloths and mats are plastic, too. Some would call the sparse decor in the large dining room tasteless. Others might see it as simple and practical, but what it lacks in style, it more than makes up for with authentic Jamaican cuisine. Each entree is presented in an attractive manner with a mound of peas and rice and a vegetable of the day. Jamaican restaurants are known for meat and veggie pies, and these are not to be missed. You can get a veggie, chicken or beef patty. The restaurant also makes a variety of its own fresh juices, including its own ginger beer, which is alcohol-free. For a sweeter variation, go for the ginger-pineapple juice. Although you're sure to be full by the meal's end, Rono's also offers a variety of homebaked cakes, including 7Up pound cake, lemon cake and chocolate cake. There's nothing particularly Caribbean about those desserts, but they are a sweet ending to a Jamaican culinary trip. --Cassandra Sprattling

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