The Detroit News describes Christine's Cuisine as "fresh, friendly and contemporary" with huge portions, original artwork decorating the walls, and an attentive staff that always draws a crowd. Stop by this local joint and join the flock of satisfied diners:
• $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink
• Local foodies rave about this Ferndale institution since 1999
• Metro Times said the "mix of international cuisines and objects lost and found comes together so successfully"
Feast on Fresh Pierogis and More
Growing up with an immigrant Ukrainian family, it's no wonder Chef Christine Adams prepares homemade kapusta (sauerkraut), smoked kielbasa, and pierogis that rival that of your Babushka. But Christine's menu expands beyond Eastern Europe with its eclectic mix of flavorful dishes; Italian tortellini and pasta primavera, Russian beef Stroganoff, French Burgundy beef stew, and American baby back ribs smothered in whiskey barbecue sauce, as well as daily specials. Don't miss the Sunday brunch either -- the salmon eggs Benedict is "to die for."
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON July 15, 2018
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON July 16, 2013
Hidden Gem Featuring Homemade International Cuisine