Jan. 25, 2017 | The origins of Detroit cult hit Asian Corned Beef | Detroit Metro Times

If the rest of America knows Detroit food at all, they’ll mention our coneys, our square pizza, our shawarma shops, and maybe (if they’re really cool) our slider joints and ham shops.

And then there’s the Asian Corned Beef, a westside creation with a specific origin story. The local take-out chain has fed East and Westsiders for nearly 40 years. Its four locations offer corned beef, pastrami, and roast beef served in onion rolls, plus typical sides like wing dings, deviled eggs, and cheesecakes. | Read more here.

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