Chefs create classic Mediterranean dishes, such as musaka, falafel, and shawarma, all paired with house-made sauces
What You'll Get
- $13.50 for $20 worth of Mediterranean food
- See the menu
The Fine Print
About Moon Light Mediterranean Cuisine
Moonlight Mediterranean Cuisine's chefs specialize in adding flavorful twists to classic Iraqi and Lebanese dishes. They awaken taste buds with lemon-infused chicken and rice soup, spice up cilantro hummus with jalapeños, and add roasted peppers and tomatoes to salads for a sweet and smoky melange of flavors. And the culinary team leaves nothing to chance, making all of their own sauces and dressings in house each day.
Along with intense flavors, Moonlight's cuisine is known for its large portions. Pairs can easily split a combo plate and still walk out with a doggie bag. For bigger groups, the options become a little more adventurous. Up to 14 people can get their fill thanks to family trays loaded with kafta, kebabs, meat and chicken cream chops, and sides. And especially ravenous gatherings can go the whole hog—or lamb—by ordering an entire roasted lamb (with 24 hours notice). Because the massive menu can feel a little daunting, owner Omar Ali Hamdi recommends the shawarma to first time diners. The levantine hotspot also gives folks plenty of options when it comes to when they'd like to stop in, staying open 365 days a year.