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The menu includes Mediterranean, Indo-Pakistani, and Middle-Eastern dishes such as pan-seared prawn masala in a cilantro-curry sauce ($8.95), chicken breast flavored with basil, pine nuts, feta cheese, and kalamata olives ($13.95), and flame-grilled skewers of chicken breast and ground beef ($12.95).<p>
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- Entrée—Turkish beef kebab ($11.95) with small salad ($1.95)
- Dessert—gulab jamun in cardamom syrup ($4.95)
Total Bill: $18.85 for one person<p>
Zaytun a Mediterranean & IndoPak Bistro
One cuisine isn't enough for the chefs at Zaytun a Mediterranean & IndoPak Bistro. Instead, they embrace flavors and recipes from Turkey, India, and Pakistan as well as the broad culinary traditions of Persia and the Mediterranean. As a result, the menu gives diners plenty to consider, from mutton cooked in spicy masala sauce to sliced gyro meat on buttered pita bread. Accents of mango chutney, curry sauce, or silken hummus further extend the cultural scope of the carefully curated menu. To help assuage indecision, Zaytun Restaurant hosts a daily lunch buffet, allowing diners to sample a wider selection of dishes without ordering extra kebabs for their invisible friends.
90% of 162 customers recommend
“We were very happy to learn that you have decided to make use of your pizza oven.”
“The urn has, not coffee, but (tasty) hot tea, which should be mixed with the hot milk. The soup was delicious but very spicy; I'd highly recommend something cooling...”
“The urn has, not coffee, but (tasty) hot tea, which should be mixed with the hot milk. The soup was delicious but very spicy; I'd highly recommend something cooling on the side, such as fruit, or the farina dumplings in yoghurt sauce. Excellent and surprising desserts. Good staff.”
“Warm and friendly atmosphere with very good food.”