Take-Out & Dining Tent available
Outside Food Tent
New this year, “The Cappadocia”, there are some changes to the menu due to the current business climate relating to Covid.
“The Cappadocia” – Lamb on pita bread, served with tzatziki sauce. $12.75
Chicken Kebab (Shish Taouk) $7.00
Grilled chucks of chicken breast, marinated and skewered.
Turkish Lamb Kofta Kebab $12.00
Ground lamb seasoned with onions and spices.
Pastitsio Combo (Greek #1) $12.50
a pie with layers of pasta, cheese, sautéed ground beef with soufflé topping, served 2
meatless dolmades, 2 pieces of spanakopita and bread.
Moussaka Combo (Greek #2) Layers of potatoes, eggplant, and ground beef and cream sauce, served 2 meatless dolmades, 2 pieces of spanakopita and bread. $13.00
Roasted Greek-Style Lamb Shank Plate $22.75
**offering a limited amount
a lamb Shank roasted in its own juices with tomato sauce, pepper, oregano then
grilled, served with a side of fries and 1 piece of spanakopita and bread.
Chicken Finger & Fries $7.00
A La Carte Items
Pastitsio only, $6.50 a pie with layers of pasta, cheese, sautéed ground beef with soufflé topping Spanakopita 2/$2.50
Spinach pie, a blend of spinach, feta and seasiong fit
Stuffed Grape Leaves, Meatless 2/$3.50
(Dolmades, Greek; Dolma, Turkish; Enab, Lebanese), Stuffed grape leaves are a
delicious Mediterranean mezze. In our meatless version, blanched grape leaves with rice,
fresh herbs, and pine nuts. Lemon zest adds a lovely essence. They’re especially nice
chilled, served alongside salads or with a drink.
Greek Village “Horiatlkl” Salad $5.00
Greek salad, combines tomatoes, cucumbers, olives herbs, peppers and feta cheese
with Greek dressing
Fried Calamari $7.50
Greek Fries $3.50
Seasoned and topped with cheese
Pita Bread (for wrap) $1.00
Baklava, 2 pcs. $4.75
Filo layered with nuts and honey
Baklava, 8 pcs $18.25
Amygthalota – 2 Almond Cookies $5.25 per box
Kourambredes, no nuts, (Greek wedding or Christmas cookies), 3 pcs $5.50
A sweet butter cookie with powdered sugar.
Lebanese Burma Baklava with Pistachio, 3 pcs. $7.75
Turkish Apple Cookies, 2 pcs. $5.25
Coconut Namoura, 1 pc. $2.75
Assorted Pastry Box, Grecian $10.00
1 Kataifi, 1 Baklava, 1 Finikia, 1 Kourambiedes, no nuts, 2 Koulourakia
Kataifi – shredded filo dough wrapped around walnuts dipped in honeyed syrup.
Finikia – a spiced cookie dipped in honey and nuts.
Koulourakia – a cookie for youngster to snack on or adults to dip in coffee.
a bag of Koulourakia, no nuts $6.00
Soft Drinks Bottle $2.25
Bottle Water $2.00
Bottle Iced Tea $2.00
Greek Beer $4.00
Efes Beer $4.00
Greek Wine per bottle
Domestic Beer $3.00
Domestic Wine $3.00
Roasted Greek-Style Lamb Shanks >>
Shish Tabouk (Chicken Kebab, Turkish seasoning) >
Beef Tenderlion Kebab >>
Vegetarian Stuffed Grape Leaves — Dolmades (Greek) – Dolma (Turkish) – Warak Enab (Lebanese) >>
Turkish Lamb Kofta, ground lamb seasoned with onions and spices >>
Pastitsio (Greek) …. Making Pastitsio, next photos >>
Fried Calamari, Italian & Greek >>
Moussaka, Greek & Middle Eastern >>
Greek Village Salad – “Horiatiki” Salad >
Spanakopita – a Greek side dish >>
Koulourakia – Greek coffee cookies >>
Amygthalota – Greek Almond Cookies >>
Turkish Apple Cookies >>
Burma Baklava, Pistachio (Lebanese) >>
For the History of Baklava visit: https://www.libanaissweets.com/about-us/the-history-of-baklava/
Namoura Coconut (Lebanese) >>
Baklava, Greek-Style >>
Finikia – a Greek spiced cookie dipped in honey and nuts >>
Kourambiedes – Greek butter cookies with powdered sugar >>
Kataifi – shredded dough wrapped around crushed walnuts dipped in honeyed syrup (Greek, Levant) >>
Wine & Beer available (age 21 and over):
Alfa (a Greek beer), Efes (a Turkish beer)