Finally tried this place for take-out: OMG! The best chicken shawarma I've ever tried. Glad to have this place nearby and can't wait to try the other things on the menu. Tip: the phone rings and rings if they are busy. I knew they weren't closed, so we just drove over to order our take-out in person - and it was quick. For eating in, not bad, it's BYOB. Bright lights are annoying and the nail salon smell from next door is somewhat overpowering. We'll probably stick with take-out since it's so close to home. Thanks Lebnani!Christine M.
I'm so glad I found this under the new businesses category on Yelp tonight when I was too lazy to cook dinner and was bored of the usual spots. I love me some middle eastern food...shawarma, falafel, etc...so I jumped off the highway and made my way up Straits Turnpike. In an unassuming plaza with a Staples, nail salon, and bank...we have Lebnani.Heather C.
It's not very often you see an ethnic place like this, but Lebnani is awesome. I've been there twice already, and both times, the food was amazing. I'll be returning many more times to try more things on the menu. The first time I went, I got the poutine (it's made with regular cheese instead of cheese curds, I know it's supposed to be curds but it's pretty awesome anyways) and the falafel wrap. The poutine filled me up so much I couldn't eat the wrap sitting there! I ended up having it at home. My mom got another one of the wraps and the falafel appetizer, and liked both.Rebecca J.
Deep fried patties of seasoned ground garbanzo beans, parsley, garlic and spices.
Marinated beef, cooked on a vertical rotisserie, served over rice.
Handcut french fries, cabbage mayo, tomatoes, pickles, garlic sauce and ketchup.
Fresh handcut fries, topped with cheese curds and gravy.
Slices of gyro (beef or lamb) served on top of rice with a drizzle of tzatiki sauce.
A pureed mixture of garbanzo beans, sesame oil, lemon juice, olive oil, served with pita bread.
544 Straits Turnpike, Watertown, Connecticut
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