Trying a new food is a safer way to experience foreign cultures than breaking into the UN and licking all the flags. Be diplomatic with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Lebanese food for two or more
- $20 for $40 worth of Lebanese food for four or more
The dinner menu features items such as marinated beef kebabs over rice pilaf ($15.99), thinly sliced meat shawarma made from rotisserie beef and lamb ($14.99), or Samkeh Harra—a whole red snapper marinated, baked, and topped with pine nuts and tomato salsa ($18.99). Alternatively, guests can order from the sandwich menu populated by falafel ($6.99), gyros ($7.99), and kufta kebabs ($8.99), each wrapped in soft pita bread. For dessert, guests can enjoy orange and peach sorbets, served inside real oranges and peaches.
Sahara Lebanese Cuisine
Sahara Lebanese Cuisine’s fresh, authentic Middle Eastern dishes come courtesy of timeworn family recipes passed down through multiple generations of culinary expertise. At the helm of the kitchen, the head chef—with 16 years of experience—manages a staff of five talented chefs, each dedicated to creating housemade Lebanese favorites, from falafel and gyro sandwiches to baked red snapper, pomegranate lamb kebabs, and other dinner specialties.
In the dining room, the Middle Eastern-inspired design scheme, including arches overhead, complements the fare with another element of Lebanese authenticity. Neighboring the dining room, an on-site hookah lounge facilitates shisha consumption in a variety of flavors. Coffee and tea drinkers, meanwhile, can finish off a cup of Turkish coffee and then decipher their fortune or a forgotten PIN from the grounds.
Server was sweet and helpful. Menu is large. A great place to introduce someone to Lebanese food.Les D., Yelp, 7/29/11
87% of 187 customers recommend
“The Pita Bread is made in house and served warm. with excellent taste and texture. The Tabooleh is also well constructed, not too tart, not too much parsley. ...”
“The Pita Bread is made in house and served warm. with excellent taste and texture. The Tabooleh is also well constructed, not too tart, not too much parsley. Pickled veggies can be ignored-vinegary + little flavor or variety. Main dish servings are good sized--my wife had an eggplant dish and took some home. Mixed grill was rather dry, and lacked seasoning. ”
“Food is good but the prices have gone up almost 50% since they renovated.”
“order off of tapas menu”
46950 Community Plaza
Sterling, Virginia 20164