We also tried the second Zamaan Cafe location at the entrance-challenged Colonnade center off Eisenhower. There, the pastries actually tasted stale, possibly because traffic is slower at this location in its early months of business (a third location on Packard is no more). The menu has most of the same items offered on Plymouth (including all the ones mentioned above), plus gyro sandwiches on thick, fresh-tasting bread.
The southside location has the same homey warmth, but swaps out the old-style photos for big, goofy-looking flying carpet paintings. And lest I forget to mention a notable accessory at both spots: real hookah pipes in sizes small, medium, and large. The pipes are just for show, but the Zamaan cafes do offer interesting teas, Turkish coffee, and fruit smoothies. And I wouldn't worry about the less-than-stellar desserts. With meals this rich, you'll have little room or interest left for much in the way of sweets.
3580 Plymouth Rd.