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Scout Notes: Savvy owners Sami Saba and Ali Hachem took full advantage of the demographic and the opportunity when they opened Café Beirut just four and a half months ago in Jamaica Plain. Business has been great and Sami chalks their success so far up to the traditional Lebanese diet that is naturally vegan and vegetarian focused—which is why Café Beirut fits in so well with the tastes of the slightly more granola (in a good way) residents of JP. While the menu offers a wide variety of vegetarian foods, you can also get a number of meat dishes. Be warned, the fare here is not dulled down to fit an American palate; the flavors here will “hit you in the face,” as Sami says. One diner even told me, “I’ve had it all, and this is the most authentic place you can go. It’s very, very good.” But don’t take his word for it, trek out to JP and try it yourself. With big flavor (and portions) for a little dough, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Menu Highlights: Lamb Kebob, $13.99 Falafel, $5.99 Baba Ghanoosh w/Shawarma, $7.99 Hours: Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 9:30 pm Sunday, 11 am – 9 pm
Pay $5 today and you'll get $10 to spend on food and drink from Cafe Beirut, powered by Takeout & Delivery from LivingSocial. When fixing for falafel, get hooked up from this Lebanese eatery that makes its frittered pleasures from both fava and chickpea beans. Carnivores go crazy here for the mixed grill platter, with beef, chicken, and kafta; while the shawarma and kebab roll-up sandwiches manage midday Mediterranean cravings. Homemade juices and desserts—did someone say baklava fingers—add a sweet finishing touch.
Traditional Lebanese fare takes center stage at Jamaica Plain’s Cafe Beirut. Start things off with lentil soup or tabbouli salad before indulging in a roll-up pita sandwich like chicken shawarma or one of their many combination dinner options - like the lamb kabob plate, for example.This veggie-friendly eatery even has a whole section of the menu dedicated to meat-free meals like fried eggplant and falafel dishes. If you’ve still got room after the main event, the cafe has plenty of homemade desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. The baklava, custard, and Lebanese cheesecake are said to be some of the tastiest deserts.
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