From Chinese-American classics like General Tso’s tofu to more inventive creations like cheeseburger spring rolls and Korean bao buns, The Peterboro restaurant in Detroit offers a wide variety of dishes. The restaurant is located in the neighborhood once known as Detroit’s Chinatown on Peterboro Street, in the district now called Midtown. The Peterboro has been offering a pared down menu only available as carry-out in recent weeks due to the pandemic, and now plans to re-open for dine-in service on Wednesday, June 17th. If you choose takeout, the meals are packaged in microwave-safe containers to easily reheat the food at home. Michelle Oliver picked up a large order to-go. To see what she brought home, and get a peek inside the beautifully designed restaurant check out the video above.
Dine In The D: Take out Chinese-American food with a modern twist
The Peterboro restaurant plans to re-open for dine-in service next week
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