Introducing a date to foreign cuisine can make you seem exotic, much like only communicating with them in the language you just invented. Be worldly with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Lebanese Cuisine for Dinner
Menu options include baked kibbeh ($7.95), moussaka ($13.95), lamb shish kebabs ($23.95), and a lamb- and beef-gyro platter ($17.50).
Shouf’s Cafe recently earned a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Reader’s Choice award for the Best Ethnic Restaurant of 2012. That’s thanks to the mouthwatering, accessible Lebanese cuisine that Tony Moses and his team of chefs have created here since 2006. They cook up lamb kebabs, moussaka, and slow-cooked pork shank, as well as entrees with influences from across the Mediterranean, such as filet mignon and spinach pie. The cross-cultural menu is augmented by hearty breakfast selections such as buttermilk pancakes and omelets. You can pair up your Mediterranean feast with a glass of wine or a coffee drink and cap off the meal with housemade baklava, the Death by Chocolate cake, or a eulogy for a misplaced napkin.
What some people are buzzing about:
“The food and service were great!!”
“The food was delicious, with generous portions at a reasonable price. Since I use a wheelchair, I especially appreciate the accisible entrance and restroom. Our...”
“The food was delicious, with generous portions at a reasonable price. Since I use a wheelchair, I especially appreciate the accisible entrance and restroom. Our waitress was pleasant and attentive, without being intrusive. Well done on all counts. I've already recommended Shouf's twice, and this reminds me to post favorably to my Facebook friends.”
“i would like to see more of a selection”