Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran gave us food for thought - "Would that you could live on the fragrance of the earth, and like an air plant be sustained by the light" - but he did seem a bit low on exciting meal solutions. The kind folk at Marina Mazzat are out to redress this imbalance with an authentic Lebanese mezze lunch or dinner banquet for two for just $49 (normally $100). How's that for poetic licence? You and a friend will ponder the wonders of seven mouthwatering Lebanese entrees, a skewer each of shish kofta and shish tawook, fattoush salad and Lebanese bread. Enjoy either a glass of wine or local beer each and conclude with scrumptious pastries and coffee. If you choose to indulge in the Saturday and Friday night entertainment of live music and exotic belly dancers, pay just $59 (normally $120). Kahlil would definitely approve of the breathtaking views and waterfront ambience, and the cavalcade of flavours and deliciousness of the cuisine are, to anyone, pure poetry!
Enjoy By July 8, 2012
Lebanese Mezze Banquet for Two with Wine or Beer and Dessert
- from $49