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Enjoy budget-friendly foodie adventure at these 3 restaurants in Detroit

Motor City Beat

DETROIT, MI – Restaurant hopping in the city can be expensive, but not in Detroit. Check out this foodie guide to the 3 most popular budget-friendly restaurants in Detroit before you embark on your gastronomic journey.

1. Mexican Village
2600 Bagley St. Detroit, MI 48216 | (313) 237-0333

Located in Mexicantown, Mexican Village is not only known as Detroit's oldest Mexican restaurant but also the best place to enjoy some Mexican and American delights from its Fiesta menu.

The cozy place brings the hacienda vibe. Try hanging out in its plush “Hide Away” upstairs while relishing some Caldo Cancun soup, burritos, steaks, and homemade desserts.

2. Shangri-La
4710 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201 | (313) 974-7669

Prepare for Asian food galore when you stop by Shangri-La. Owner Cholada Chan was born in Thailand of Chinese parentage, Shangri-La specializes in authentic Cantonese cuisine.

You can also enjoy the Dim Sum All-Day menu and find a selection of red, green, and massaman curry dishes with coconut milk, garnished with kaffir lime and Thai basil. You surely can't miss the sushi, one of its most popular menus.

3. Bobcat Bonnie
1800 Michigan Ave, Detroit, Michigan 48216 | (313) 962-1383

Owner, Matt Buskard, fell in love with the 150 years old building so he turned it into a restaurant. The warm-colored brick that was all scalped from Eloise and the Tigers Stadium practically next door, fits perfectly with its menu filled with local touches.

Providing high-quality and inviting service, it's well known for its DIY bloody mary and mimosa bar. The clean and welcoming atmosphere will also invite you to order its reasonably priced upscale food, like Vegan Chili or Yellowbird burger.

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