Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Greek food for two or more
- $25 for a five-visit punch card, valid for up to $12 worth of food per punch (up to a $60 total value)
- $30 for a gyro meal for up to six with six pita sandwiches—choose from traditional or chicken gyros, grilled veggies, or falafel—two sides, and either two orders of baklava or three orders of rice pudding (up to a $63.45 value)
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Sofia Karakasidou drew on recipes from her childhood in Thessaloniki to open her Zagat-rated restaurant Kuzina by Sofia. Her second venture, Kuzina Express, brings a more casual take on fresh Mediterranean cuisine to the Moorestown Mall food court. Karakasidou imports many traditional menu items, such as moussaka and housemade dolmades, from her flagship restaurant. But she gives other classics modern twists, stuffing pita burgers with spicy bifteki patties and crowning flatbread pizzas with gyro meat, crumbled feta, and tzatziki sauce. She cooks with fresh, local ingredients when possible, preparing for the winter by freezing enough farmers to provide fresh produce until spring.
80% of 217 customers recommend
“Everything was delicious. My parents went there the next day after my recommendation and they also thought the food was excellent. Can't wait to try their brunch next!”
“The food is made fresh to order and is plentiful. Salads are fresh and bright. It a really nice, healthier alternative to the standard food court food and a very...”
“The food is made fresh to order and is plentiful. Salads are fresh and bright. It a really nice, healthier alternative to the standard food court food and a very welcome change of pace. For the less adventurous who are unfamiliar with mediterranean food, the Biftecka burger is a great combination of American standards with a greek twist,”
“Thanks for great service too”