Cha Cha Cha was the first time I've ever had Tapas and I am hooked!! the food was amazng and sharing dishes with friends is such a wonderful experience! I agree that the place is kind of crowded but we had a such a wonderful waiter who even gave us a discount! Too bad i don't live in SF otherwise I would be there a lot more often. The warm spinach salad and the plantains in black bean sauce are my favorites!!
There are two Amer's on State Street alone and they are quite popular as a hangout and studying spot for their booths and wireless internet. Although they offer a large array of food and sweets for their customer, most of their revenue comes from selling coffee to caffeine junkie college kids. I've had desserts there a few times and it has never really wowed me.
I left Ann Arbor awhile ago and I have yet to find a place that has the same level of quality and similar prices as Sadako. Eventhough for a college town the prices are a little steep, it's actually really worth the money for the quality and tastiness of sushi you get. The rolls are the thing to get here and always order more than one roll! :) It's my favorite sushi place in the world!!!
This restaraunt's attempt at creating up scale Indian food has failed miserably. The food was expensive and not even that good. I can think of a handful of other Indian restaraunts within a five mile radius that were all better than Shalimar.
I've only ever been there to get dessert one time but from I've seen on the menu, the food is rather pricey and the dessert that I got that one time wasn't even good. I would not recommend it, there are so many other coffee shops within a ONE BLOCK radius that I just never had an incentive to go back!
My friend and I went there on a Friday afternoon to get an early dinner and decided to order the Mojitos, which were watered down and small.
The food was decent. This place is supposed to be an Ann Arbor instiution but I'm just not sure what the appeal is other than the outdoor seating they offer.
The atmosphere is really interesting, a nice place to have brunch or lunch and the service is pretty good. The food is not amazing but it's pretty good. Overall a decent place to eat on a sunny day, a little taste of Africa in snowy Ann Arbor.
There's a good crowd here during brunch hours on the weekends, which makes the atmosphere very lively and interesting to simply soak in. The food is OK but it's just a really nice spot to hang out on those lazy mornings.
The food here is good but it's nowhere near phenomenal, they serve all typical Chinese restaraunt foods without much creativity but they do it well, I'll give them that.
The biggest downside is that although the food is done well, the prices aren't so much. They're honestly simply too steep but I guess that is to be expected because it is located in downtown Ann Arbor and not the college side of it.
This place is phenomenal. It's the ideal place for college students trying to eat cheap and healthy. The food is delicious and for one entree you get there (usually around $7), I can make two meals out of it. The people who run the place are friendly and it's so close to campus it's really easy to walk by there to grab something to eat before you head home. It's amazing.