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Greek and Lebanese Lunch or Dinner at La Shish (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

La Shish Greek & Lebanese Cafe

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Greek and Lebanese cuisine such as chicken or beef shawarma, flaky spanakopita, and baklava that food critic Greg Cox called “without peer”

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Expires Mar 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservations required on Friday and Saturday. Dine-in only. Not valid for alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid until 1/1/2013. Not valid on 2/14/2013. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $6 for $12 worth of Mediterranean lunch
  • $15 for $30 worth of Mediterranean dinner
  • $30 for $60 worth of Mediterranean dinner for four or more<p>

Most of La Shish’s lunch combos, including the La Shawarma Chicken ($8.45) or Beef ($9.95), come with a rice pilaf, hummus, and tzatziki sauce, others, such as the Vegetarian Falafel Delight ($8.25), are accompanied by a Lebanese salad with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers. For dinner, the chefs offer shareable Mezza sampling platters for up to four people ($16.95-$56.95), traditional entrees such as spanakopita in flaky phyllo ($11.75), and grilled lamb, beef, and chicken sandwiches in regular ($10.95) or doubled-up ($14.95) varieties.

La Shish Mediterranean Cafe

Past a verdant forest of shrubbery, a welcoming umbrella-tabled patio, and homey bright red drapery, diners at La Shish Mediterranean Cafe tuck into sumptuous fare from Greece and Lebanon. Gyros crammed with beef and lamb lurk on the lunch and dinner menus, attended by tangy tzatziki sauce and a pronunciation coach. Entrees often arrive with house-whipped hummus and a Greek or Lebanese salad as well. News and Observer food critic Greg Cox is a big fan of La Shish, placing it on his “Hot List: Middle Eastern” not once but twice, and citing the baklava’s “shatter-crisp texture and golden brown color” as just two reasons why it is “without peer” in the region.


  • “Everything is good but schwarma and their feta cheese are great”

  • “Make a reservation. La Shish is popular because the food is fabulous, the atmosphere is cozy, and the owners are friendly and very attentive. I LOVE going there ”

  • “everything was fresh, cooked just right, seasoning was fantastic. The service was extremely attentive and helpful for our first visit. Very much enjoyed first visit,...”

    “everything was fresh, cooked just right, seasoning was fantastic. The service was extremely attentive and helpful for our first visit. Very much enjoyed first visit, will be back.”

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    La Shish Greek & Lebanese Cafe

    908 NE Maynard Rd.

    Cary, NC 27513


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