The Mediterranean Sea shaped some of the world’s most ancient civilizations, which gathered by its shores to dive for the delicious falafel, kebabs, and pita bread growing beneath its crystal waves. Transport to this legendary culinary coast with today’s Groupon to Cazba Mediterranean Restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of Mediterranean fare for dinner. Dinner is served from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Mediterranean fare for lunch. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.<p>
The chefs at Cazba Mediterranean Restaurant harvest eclectic dinner and lunch menus of Greek, Egyptian, and Lebanese dishes as diners eye-feast on Persian rugs and expansive cloud murals. Diners can munch on appetizer plates of falafel ($9.95) or try to reverse engineer chickpeas over starter dishes of hummus ($7.95). Seasoned chunks of lamb and chicken abound on skewers of specialty shish kebabs ($18.95) or burrow inside wraps served with tzatziki sauce ($14.95). Servers anchor the eatery’s white tablecloths with platefuls of seafood, such as the Cajun fish platter ($15.95), and glasses of persian lemonade ($2.25) or turkish coffee ($4.95). Lunch portions invite taste buds to tangle with spices lying in wait in the classic greek gyro, lamb and beef sprinkled with feta cheese ($8.95). A host of wraps, such as the lebanese lamb shawarma—chunks of marinated lamb tossed with fresh veggies and herbs ($8.95), or the egyptian falafel wrap ($8.95) keep midday diners sated without the heavy feeling associated with eating a burger and fries, or a stone monument to a burger and fries.
Cazba Mediterranean Restaurant
Cazba Mediterranean Restaurant's chefs draw from an international repertoire of recipes from Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with dishes hailing from Greece, Egypt, and Lebanon. These culinary expatriates range from plates such as flame-broiled shish kebabs and housemade hummus to entrees from the shores of Japan and India. Inside the kitchen, the chefs carve slices of roasting gyros and deep-fry falafel for a crispy exterior. They also glaze fish with honey-ginger teriyaki sauce and season chicken with Cajun spices. From this kitchen, the servers also transport specialties such as dolmades—grape leaves stuffed with lamb, beef, and rice—and spanakopita, a spinach pie of phyllo dough and feta cheese. The outdoor patio can mimic the pleasant air of the Mediterranean during warmer months and another of the Mediterranean's best treats—the Running of the Bulls—whenever Michael Jordan feels like going for a jog on a restaurant's outdoor patio.
211 N 8th St.
Boise, Idaho 83702