Helmand Restaurant offers Afghani dishes with a wood-burning oven where the famous flatbread is cooked on one side of the room and an intimate fireplace is on the other side.Helmand Restaurant entrées include tasty choices like qabelee, which is pallow rice baked with chunks of lamb tenderloin, raisins and glazed carrots or mantwo, a homemade pasta shell filled with beef and onions. If you like spicy dishes, try the koufta challow, consisting of beef meatballs with Afghan seasoning sautéed with sun-dried tomato, hot peppers and green peas in a fresh tomato sauce. Several vegetarian entrées are also available such as the kaddo and banjan challow, which is pan fried and baked pumpkin and eggplant served with challow rice and yogurt garlic sauce.*Due to limited patio seating, we do not take reservations for our patio . Please note the patio or any other special requests in your reservation, or ask upon arrival, and we will do our best to accommodate.
Al Wadi Restaurant will be closed from June 28-July 6th, re-opening July 7th for our annual vacation. We apologize for any inconvenience. Al Wadi Boston is a Lebanese restaurant providing the West Roxbury area a unique ethnic food experience. Dinner at Al Wadi Boston can be a thoroughly enjoyable feast with the Mezza variety vegetarian and meat options that both include an amazing array of house specialties and chef selected favorites. Dinner offerings include beef and lamb kebabs, eggplant moussaka and a vegetarian platter. A special delicacy is the pumpkin kibbeh which features two pumpkin puree layers along with spinach, chick peas and onions. Be sure to save room for one of the Al Wadi Boston special desserts including the knefe with its sweet cheese, semolina crust and syrup made from rose water.
Maurice Daaboul and family’s Byblos is the Boston area’s premier eatery since 1996 for authentic, homemade Lebanese cuisine. Located in the heart of Norwood, Massachusetts, Byblos offers all the best features of Lebanese dining, including a large hall where feasts are laid out in traditional Lebanese Maza style to the tune of live Arabic music and oriental belly dancing. At Byblos we pride ourselves on bringing freshness, authenticity and service to our valued customers.
Home kitchens throughout the Mediterranean have been cooking up family meals with fresh, flavorful ingredients for centuries. The traditional meals include names like Tabouli, Shawarma, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Baked Kibbee and more. Ask anyone of Lebanese descent, they will tell you these are the dishes of comfort and home.The Sakhat family has taken their mother’s traditional recipes and inspiration to offer the finest Mediterranean & Lebanese cuisine in their El Basha restaurants. The brothers and their families are proud to represent their heritage and culture in warm and inviting restaurants enjoyable by all.The El Basha restaurants have grown throughout the greater Worcester region with locations now in Worcester, Westborough, and Sudbury. As the brothers have grown the business, they continue to work on expanding the menu to include plates from other cultures, such as American Steak and Seafood.
Jocelyn’s Mediterranean Restaurant & Lounge was opened in May of 2009. It is a 150 seat family owned Mediterranean Restaurant serving Lebanese & American dishes. Beer Buckets, Frozen Drinks, and Margaritas are a few things to look forward to. We also specialize in events- mercy meals, anniversaries, graduations, etc. Come be part of our family.
Food and joy are intimately connected here at Hillholm Estate, our 1895 Gilded Age mansion tucked among Maine's High Peaks. We strive to craft a culinary experience in mindfulness for you: slow down to savor every last bite. We emphasize seasonal, local ingredients procured from small Maine growers and farmers. Our offerings change weekly, sometimes nightly. We offer a single prix fixe tasting menu with five courses. Our menus reflect Chef JennyBess Chaim's travels across the globe and varied ethnic backgrounds, ranging from Nordic traditions to Middle Eastern comfort food. We welcome you to two nightly seatings, at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., by prior reservation only, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. Some of our tables are private; some share space with other diners. Our Lounge rejuvenates Prohibition era novelties with shrubs from Precessional Apothecary, house-made bitters, syrups, infusions, and homemade aquavit. Stick-to-your-bones bar snacks are available in the Lounge.