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Sajo's in Roseville, MI--a review

Griller | Apr 27, 200606:27 PM

We chose Sajo's for our anniversary dinner recently because we wanted another taste of their rib offerings, and we didn't want to break the bank on a couples dinner.

Jim Sage, the managing director of this restaurant continues to "tinker" with his dinner menu. Its simple now, and much, much smaller than menus we were used to wading through in the past. Surrounding the four types of rib offerings, including their locally famous St. Louis Rib platter; Sajos features Mediterranean dishes and fresh seafoods.

This is chowhound eating--not foodie friendly.

For our dinners, dear wife chose the half-slab of St. Louis Ribs, I went for the Babyback rib dinner. In a bit of lagnaippe, my partner's garlic mashed potatos were crowned with a HUGE, very tasty, homemade potato chip. Her plate was beautiful.

Dinner, beginning with a unique and tasty Crab-stuffed Portabello Mushroom appetizer; going on to soup and the entree, included three rounds of bar drinks. $64 not including tip. (we did use a coupon the restaurant publishes in a number of local shopper magazines).

All in all, a leisurely and tasty experience. Stop here if you can.


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