The chefs make everything at Mediterranean Grill from scratch, and that includes their healthy starters. The homemade hummus, for instance, starts with fresh chickpeas, which a chef swirl together with fresh garlic, tahini, and lemon juice before drizzling fresh olive oil on top. The borani begins with a base of yogurt, which is pureed with sauteed spinach and garlic. And the mirza ghasemi showcases eggplant, tomato, garlic, and caramelized onion. The dips are all perfect for scooping up with fresh pita bread.
However, they’re merely the prelude to the main course. For that, order a signature kabob such as the beef barg. Beef tenderloin marinates in house seasoning before the chefs slide it onto a skewer and grill it to perfectly tender. The lamb kabob follows a similar process, except this meat marinates in a tomato-based sauce before it hits the grill. Prefer a chicken kabob? Mediterranean Grill has those, too, as well as a selection of wraps, soups, seafood, and vegetarian dishes.