Lebanese Food :P

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I am going to be updating my blog a lot more this new year. That is part of my new year’s resolution. Anyways for New Year’s Eve I got some of my friends together and we went to Raleigh, North Carolina to see the giant acorn drop at midnight.

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Well we were walking around downtown Raleigh and we stumbled across a restaurant called Mecca. Obviously we thought by the name it would have some Middle Eastern food. We thought wrong… The menu posted on the window had nothing but good ole southern breakfast food. LOL So after being disappointed, we walked a little further down that same street to finish exploring.

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Later we stumbled across an actual Middle Eastern restaurant and we had to try it out. I asked some of the waitresses what “Sitti” meant and she told us that it meant “grandmother” in Arabic. Even though the food was proportionally overpriced, we had an amazing time. The atmosphere was really nice and it was a pretty fancy little restaurant.

The two pictures I included in this blog post were the dishes that I tried, Baba Ghanou and Laban bi Khiar were the names of these dishes, if I remember correctly. Well I also uploaded more pictures from that evening in Raleigh, if any of you are interested you can click on the following link. http://flickr.com/brandonnc

If you guys would like to find out more about this restaurant, you can check them out on their website. I highly recommend these guys and hopefully you can check them out yourselves!
Address: 137 S. Wilmington Street, Raleigh, NC 27601

~ by branhow on January 13, 2011.

One Response to “Lebanese Food :P”

  1. mmmmmm food


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