I love this place. I try to eat there every time I visit Detroit.
My latest visit was with a party of four adults and three children. The children's menu is a colouring sheet (crayons supplied), which kept them busy until their nuggets and pizza arrived. Meanwhile three of us had an acorn bisque which was just the thing to warm us up for the rest of the meal, while the fourth (who is extremely lactose intolerant) had an interesting looking salad with salmon and pecans in it.
The specials of the day included pickerel rubbed with porcini and mustard, in a thin phyllo crust, on rissotto and asparagus. Another special was New Orleans Style Mahi, which came with green beans, salsa, and a fish chorizo. Two of us got that. But our talk about the rissotto possibly containing milk was enough to dissuade our non-dairy diner from experimenting at all, and he went for a whitefish burger, guaranteed dairy free, which he proclaimed good.
For dessert we had chocolate cake, and a tasting plate which included saffron brulée, baklava, and cherry ice cream.
The price was quite reasonable - $130 total. And the service was a world above what I'm used to in NY kosher establishments (in other words, it actually existed...)