What You'll Get
Now a major tourist destination, the Mediterranean coast remained vacant for centuries until people discovered its abundant crops of stuffed grape leaves and pita bread growing on trees. Delight in a bountiful harvest with today's Groupon to Kababji in Dartmouth. Choose between the following options:
Kababji whisks away patrons to exotic environs flavoured with traditional Lebanese dishes and fine Mediterranean wines. Diners fuel up for featured performers or prepare to battle the Assyrians with a bountiful platter of oil-and-spice-marinated beef ($16.99), vegetarian ($13.99), or marinated chicken shawarma ($15.99), served with rice, hummus, and salad. In addition to midday specials, nine puffy pita-pocketed wraps ($4.99–$8.99), mint-and-sumac-infused fattoush salad ($5.99), and several kid-approved options comprise the Levantine lunch menu. From its low, moody lighting to its graceful archways, Kababji invites diners' ears to dine on well-cooked octaves in performances of periodic live music and belly dancing acts throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more, 3 per table of 8 or more. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kababji Restaurant
Kababji Restaurant whisks taste buds to Lebanon with a menu of spit-roasted meats and tahini-flavoured snacks, such as hummus and falafel. A resident kababji, or shish-kebab cook, marinates top-grade beef and locally sourced lamb in oil and spices, accentuating their natural juices. Groups can also gather around shareable mezza platters that contain a chef's selection of appetizers, such as grape leaves, aged cheeses, and skewered shish taouk and kafta. Guests may dine on this cuisine in the restaurant or have it catered to a venue of their choice.
Uncorking fees vanish like microwaved ice sculptures on Monday and Tuesday evenings, when diners can bring their own wine or sample Ksara, a traditional Lebanese vintage. To cultivate a celebratory atmosphere, the restaurant hosts Saturday-night belly-dancing performances and special events such as weddings and birthday parties.