The sudden onset of hunger pains is the leading cause of unfinished novels, canceled duels, and tied soccer matches. Today's Groupon employs delicious Italian and Lebanese cuisine to cut down on unfinished business: for $8, you get $16 worth of pan-Mediterranean fare at The Embassy Grill.
The culinary maestros at The Embassy Grill please palates with hefty portions of Italian and Lebanese eats. Patrons extinguish midday hunger fires with lunch grub such as sandwiches packed with hummus ($4), falafel ($5), and beef kabob ($6), or they feast on Italian plates of meatball-laden spaghetti ($7) and chicken alfredo ($8). Dinner diners can savor the eatery's signature kabob combination, a charbroiled trio of beef kabob, chicken kabob, and kafta laid atop a bed of rice ($13), or try the kibbee nayee, which blends raw, lean meat with cracked wheat, onions, and special kibbee spices ($12). Finger-friendly fare like thin-crust and deep-dish pizzas dye digits a saucy crimson hue (starting at $8), and elegant small plates called mezza ($4–$7) teach monopolistic oil barons how to share.
- Do not leave here without ordering the Embassy Style Feta! This was also freshly made. The feta was nice and salty. – Karen B., Yelp, 7/22/09
- Owned by Lebanese natives Adel and Nadia Badawi, The Embassy serves authentic Middle Eastern dishes: kibbee (baked and raw), falafel, schwarma, humus, pickled turnips, tobouli — and the list goes on. – Joe Torok, City Pulse
6131 W Saginaw Hwy.
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