The chickpea is the backbone of man’s greatest culinary inventions: falafel, hummus, and the after-dinner mint. Salute the garbanzo bean's delicious versatility with today's Groupon for Lebanese fare at Bostaan in Warren. Choose between the following options:
• For $15, you get $30 worth of Lebanese fare during dinner.
• For $10, you get $20 worth of Lebanese fare during lunch.
Bostaan's chefs craft flavorful meals with a menu strewn with garlic and olive oil, fresh greens, and grilled or sautéed meats. Foliage enthusiasts can feast on the grape-leaves dinner, which comes with a choice of lamb or vegetable and a side of yogurt ($11.99), or devour the falafel sandwich, an enticing array of chickpeas, fava beans, and vegetable patties bundled with veggies and tahini sauce ($3.75). For lighter fare, order a regular-size tabbouleh salad and attempt to discern its individual parts—parsley, tomato, scallions, cracked wheat, olive oil, and lemon ($4.95).
Bostaan also serves up a bevy of raw juices such as the Cobra, a health-inducing mix of carrots, oranges, beets, radishes, apples, and extract of body builder ($3.75). Finish off with a multileveled baklava ($2.99) in one of Bostaan’s cozy booths while making plans to use the restaurant's purple ceiling drapes to swing over to another table and steal bites of someone else's meal.
Lebanese cuisine, with its blend of fresh vegetables, spiced meats, and infusions of garlic and olive oil, strikes a happy balance between healthfulness and flavor appeal. The chefs at Bostaan maintain that balance, blending chickpeas, fava beans, and veggies into crispy falafel and charbroiling chicken or lamb to fill savory shawarma wraps. The restaurant's staff also brews Arabic coffee and squeezes fresh juices from oranges, carrots, beets, and radishes, creating healthy blends that add color to cheeks and cultivate desires to sing arias with people at the gas pump.:m]]
32401 Van Dyke Ave.
Warren, Michigan 48092Get Directions