$10 for $20 Worth of Mediterranean Dinner Cuisine Sunday–Thursday or Friday and Saturday at Fadi's Mediterranean Grill

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In a Nutshell

Award-winning vegetable dishes, creamy hummus, and sizzling skewers of lamb, chicken, and beef served cafeteria-style

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for alcohol. Not valid for carryout. Dine-in only. Not valid for catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid for dinner only—after 4pm. Valid only for location and option purchased. Not valid with any other specials or coupon. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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 Mediterranean dinner cuisine, valid Sunday–Thursday
  • $10 for $20 worth of Mediterranean dinner cuisine, valid Friday and Saturday

Choose from one of three locations:

  • Dallas: 3001 Knox Street in Dallas
  • Addison: 14902 Preston Road in Dallas
  • Frisco: 2787 Preston Road in Frisco

The menu features a deep-fried kibbeh appetizer stuffed with lean beef, diced onions, and pine nuts ($1.89), a grilled beef-tenderloin kebab ($5.49), and chicken shawarma with yogurt, mixed spices, and olive oil ($5.49).

Fadi's Mediterranean Grill

Don't let the cafeteria-style serving trays at Fadi's Mediterranean Grill fool you—the food on top of them “tastes gourmet,” assures the Houston Press. Fadi's sweeping serving line of tabbouleh, hummus, and broiled lamb shank that's “fall-off-the-bone tender” earned the paper's award for Best Middle Eastern Restaurant in 2009 in addition to a slew of other accolades from across the state of Texas. Though guests may fill their trays with tender beef shawarma and chicken kebabs, vegetarian pitas stuffed with hot falafel and couscous salad are stars in their own right, according to Whitney Filloon of the Dallas Observer, who describes her herbivorous and omnivorous meals there as “pure gastronomical joy.” Aside from the gourmet cuisine, the eatery avoids traditional cafeteria stereotypes of sterile color schemes and abstract spork sculptures with vivid displays of Mediterranean artwork illuminated by ornate purple and red chandeliers.

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