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Lily's Seafood Restaurant Review: Grandmother Lily A. Strange would be proud of what her grandsons, the Morton brothers, have wrought with this restaurant named in her honor. Start with a tasting flight of house-made ales and lagers, such as Whitefish Bay Wheat and Lily's Light Pilsner, or one of six wine flights. Of the entrées that change quarterly, only three don’t swim. A Scottish-style salmon dip served with capers, onion slivers and sliced toasted baguette is a winner. When it comes to main courses, opt for the seafood boil with shrimp, scallops, Prince Edward Island mussels, catfish, redskins and ripe tomatoes, sautéed in delicate saffron-laced court-bouillon. The Sanders hot fudge cream puff---French vanilla ice cream sandwiched in airy pastry slathered with hot fudge---will evoke memories of childhood visits to Detroit-area Sanders sweet shops. Kids 12 and under eat free on Tuesdays.