Guests can indulge in traditional Middle Eastern dishes, such as hummus, tabuleh, lentil soup, falafel, or kebab
About This Deal
- $20 Value Towards Lunch: Valid Tuesday–Thursday
- $20 Value Towards Lunch: Valid Friday–Sunday
- $15 Value Towards Weekend Brunch
See the menu.
- Lunch hours: 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
- Brunch hours: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
About Dijlah Restaurant & Cafe
As a restaurant in Pittsburgh, Dijlah's saves locals from having to board a 15-hour flight just to get a taste of genuine Middle Eastern Halal food. Its shawarma, kebobs, and appetizers like stuffed grape leaves and babaganush bring the taste of the region to both familiar and unfamiliar palates stateside, along with the freshness one would expect from any market stall in Iraq. Beyond its fare, Dijlah's also offers a staple of social life that often accompanies this type of food: hookah. After a hearty meal of marinated and chargrilled beef or lamb—or a vegetarian wrap if meat isn't really your thing—you can sit back and smoke some of the cafe's flavorful shisha before easily resuming life as usual outside of Dijlah's doors.