Enjoy a Four-Course Kebab Dinner with Drinks and Live Entertainment; or Brunch with Mimosas
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With an energetic atmosphere, late hours (open until 4 a.m. every night), and succulent meats perfectly cooked over seasoned wood chips, it's easy to see why Horus Cafe and Kebab House was featured in New York Magazine:
• $35 ($84 value) for a four-course kebab dinner for two with two drinks
• $21 ($46 value) for brunch for two with two entrées and two mimosas
• Enjoy live music and belly dancing while you dine -- check out the schedule
"Wonderful upbeat atmosphere, excellent food, and fabulous entertainment! Will definitely return." - LivingSocial Member
North African Cuisine in the Heart of the Village
For your prix-fixe kebab feast, you and your dining partner will start with hummus, baba ghanoush, falafel, and grape leaves, followed by a salad of finely diced tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and feta tossed in lemon and olive oil dressing. You'll also get to choose a fragrant wine or a rich and flavorful beer to pair with your meal. From there, enjoy kebabs of chicken and lamb served with grilled vegetables and fluffy rice and finish with flaky baklava for a dining experience you won't soon forget. Thinking brunch instead? Savor classics like fluffy pancakes or sweet French toast. Or, spring for the traditional Egyptian fava beans topped with a sunnyside-up egg and served with toasted pita bread.