Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine includes mezza, small plates of hummus, baba ghannouj, and stuffed grape leaves
About This Deal
- Type of cuisine: Mediterranean and Lebanese
- View the menu and prices
- Drinks not included
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About Tannourine Restaurant
At Tannourine Restaurant, the Mediterranean is just a mouthful away. There, chefs prepare a menu of cuisine drawn from Greek, Lebanese, and Turkish traditions by grilling, baking, or sautéing lamb, poultry, and seafood with fresh herbs and spices. All of this prep work pays off in the restaurant’s selection of cold and hot mezza, or small, communal plates best enjoyed whilst talking and drinking. Portions of hummus and baba ghannouj welcome soft pieces of pita bread as they dive into blended chickpeas or roasted eggplant mixed with tahini, lemon juice, and olive oil. Dolmas find rice and veggies stuffed into grape leaves bursting with spices, and na’anek pairs its lamb sausages with the citrusy bite of fresh-squeezed lemon juice. Larger house dishes, including lamb or veggie couscous and heaping grilled meat platters, pack portions that match the intensity of their flavors.