Indian-Asian fusion on E. Liberty
From the October, 2021 issue
Qmin, on East Liberty, is an Indian-Asian fusion spot that describes itself as "the bridge between flavors and experiences, the old and the new, and most importantly, people and food."
The restaurant didn't return calls in October, but though a small dining room is visible, they appear to be offering only takeout and delivery at the moment. The website lists a streamlined menu with chicken, beef, and vegetarian main dishes, including a kabob made with Impossible brand plant-based meat substitute. Prices range from $10 to $12.
For appetizers, Qmin offers vegetable samosa and mango BBQ wings, and side dishes are onion naan and garlic-cilantro jasmine rice. There is a range of beverages including a strawberry mango smoothie and soft drinks.
Qmin, 619 E. Liberty, (734) 263-2142. Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Closed Sun. qminfusion.com
[Originally published in October, 2021.]
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