Middle Eastern Restaurant Deals in St. Louis
In the heart of the Central West End, there aren't falafel lot of ethnic restaurant choices, but the locals shawarma to Central Café and Bakery for their Middle Eastern food fix. Nab today's deal, and start your Lebanese day trip by paying $7 for $15 to spend on breakfast or lunch -- or pay $15 for $30 to spend on a flavorful dinner at this spot that was voted best Middle Eastern restaurant by the Riverfront Times. Owner Michael Jaber bakes fresh pita bread daily; he also creates his own spice blends, which are amplified in the rotisserie chicken; spicy potatoes; and beef, chicken, and kafta kabobs. Stuff yourself with grape leaves, fatoush salad, and sandwiches, but save room for the bakery's petit fleur and choclava (pastry filled with walnuts and chocolate) to finish off your meal. At these prices, you can offer to pick up the tabouli and still come baklava for more.
Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of Middle Eastern food $25 for a Middle Eastern meal for four (up to a $51.94 total value) with four entrees (up to a $9.99 value each) and two appetizers (up to a $5.99 value each) The menu includes starters of fried eggplant with sweet pomegranate sauce ($4.50) and entrees such as chicken biryani rice with garbanzo beans and green chutney ...
From perfectly seasoned chicken shawarma wrapped in a warm pita to a donut topped with an entire slice of bacon, the dishes at this St. Peters spot can quench tons of cravings: • $7 for $14 to spend on donuts, breakfast, or lunch • Order traditional breakfast fare, Middle Eastern lunch, or fluffy donuts • Open on weekdays at 5:30 a.m. and weekends at 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. A Bevy of Delicious Fare Gyros, kebabs, and Greek salads are popular choices for lunch, but this place really hits the spot when it comes to breakfast. The space used to be a donut shop, and the new owners kept that tradition alive with these doughy creations -- along with omelets, croissant sandwiches, and biscuits smothered with homemade sausage gravy. Adam's Cafe's Website