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- $12 for $20 worth of Middle Eastern food
- $24 for $40 worth of Middle Eastern food for four or more
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The seasoned chefs at Dijla Cafe crank out authentic Iraqi, Lebanese, and Middle Eastern food, including kabsa: spiced chicken served atop a bed of basmati rice studded with golden raisins, tomatoes, and onions. The rest of their menu sounds just as appetizing, from freshly fried falafel to grilled leg of lamb finished with garlic sauce. While the chefs whip up those dishes, diners can enjoy the Middle Eastern decor in the dining room. There, ornate curtains separate plush lounge areas, and hookahs invite groups to test out a vast collection of high-end tobaccos.