Big Buns & Pita

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I have only ordered take out from this place and the
food is very good and the portion amazing and the hot
sauce, out of this word. Highly recommended.

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I have only ordered take out from this place and the
food is very good and the portion amazing and the hot
sauce, out of this word. Highly recommended.

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Sahara was a great little place. We ordered lunch for the whole office (15 people), and the total averaged to about 10/person. The actual amount of food we got though was amazing. Definately worth the price and then some. I would highly recommend this place for lunch or dinner. If you do not know what to eat, i recommend the combo!

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★★★★★

Sahara was a great little place. We ordered lunch for the whole office (15 people), and the total averaged to about 10/person. The actual amount of food we got though was amazing. Definately worth the price and then some. I would highly recommend this place for lunch or dinner. If you do not know what to eat, i recommend the combo!

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GREAT little neighborhood place. Forget the American food items (hamburgers, etc.), and stick with the mediterranean/middle east selections. Soup selections are both warm, filling and delicious -- Lentil everyone recommends; but don't forget the other "Douckua" -- made of barley with meat and a yogurt cream base and seasoned by cardamon. Then, don't miss the other Appetizers -- "Boorek" is a little egg-roll like dish stuffed with meat, and Lahmim Beajin is sort of a mini-pizza (flat crisp pita dough with seasoned meat on top). For entrees, Shawarma and Kebobs are excellent -- huge plates. Don't expect any ambiance dining -- just a small place with a few tables (they do a lot of take-out/delivery business). However, service was very personal, friendly and extremely welcoming. Surprisingly, they even provided us with a couple of fine wine glasses. All-in-all, excellent and plentiful food, excellent service, Very Reasonale prices (filled up for 2 on $21, including tax & tip); and BYOB.

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★★★★★

GREAT little neighborhood place. Forget the American food items (hamburgers, etc.), and stick with the mediterranean/middle east selections. Soup selections are both warm, filling and delicious -- Lentil everyone recommends; but don't forget the other "Douckua" -- made of barley with meat and a yogurt cream base and seasoned by cardamon. Then, don't miss the other Appetizers -- "Boorek" is a little egg-roll like dish stuffed with meat, and Lahmim Beajin is sort of a mini-pizza (flat crisp pita dough with seasoned meat on top). For entrees, Shawarma and Kebobs are excellent -- huge plates. Don't expect any ambiance dining -- just a small place with a few tables (they do a lot of take-out/delivery business). However, service was very personal, friendly and extremely welcoming. Surprisingly, they even provided us with a couple of fine wine glasses. All-in-all, excellent and plentiful food, excellent service, Very Reasonale prices (filled up for 2 on $21, including tax & tip); and BYOB.

Pros: Lentil & Doukua Soups; Appetizers; Shawarma and Kebobs. Falafel. Cheap. BYOB.

Cons: No Ambiance; small place with a few tables. Metered street parking only.

 

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