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All Lunches come with a tossed salad.
You can substitute for any other salad
1, 4 and 5 served with tender strips of chicken breast
for an additional    $2.0, any soup substitute Add $1.50

*1- Garbanzo bean Shilla – This delicious vegetarian dish is
Garbanzo beans simmered in a light broth with pure
olive oil, curry and other Kurdish spices.     $7.00




2- Kubay Sawar – Crushed wheat made into a dough and
filled with lean ground beef, spices, and onion then
sauteed in olive oil.  This dish was first made famous
in Nineveh – Modern day Mosul, Iraq.     $7.50

3- Kubay Brinj – Similar to Kubay Sawar, this rice
“dumpling” is filled with lean ground beef, special
spices, olive oil and parsley, then quick fried to a crisp
brown shell.     $7.50
*4- Vegetarian Dolma – A variety of vegetables (Cabbage,
onion, and grape leaves) stuffed with rice, red lentils
and special herbs.  Steamed in fresh garlic,
lemon and tomato juices.     $7.50

*5- Biryani – A traditional rice dish, baked with peas,
potatoes, raisons, vegetables, carrots, wheat noodles
and a blend of Kurdish spices.     $7.50

6- Chicken Tawa – Chicken sauteed in lemon and other
spices then baked in layers of potato, green pepper,
onion, and dried limes.  Served with basmati rice     $7.50

7- Sheik Babani – Named after a distinguished man’s
striped trousers, this Kurdish delicacy is cored egg
plant peeled in decorative stripes and filled with spicy
meat and vegetables.  Served with a red sauce over
Basmati rice.     $8.50

*8- Bakla – Kurdish saute of mushrooms, broccoli,
zucchini and onion in olive oil with pepper and other
seasoning. (Chicken, Beef or Vegetarian)     $7.95

*9- Nineveh Saute – Kurdish Saute of mushrooms and
tomatoes in olive oil with pepper and other Kurdish
seasonings.  (Chicken, Beef or Vegetarian)     $7.95

*10- Kurdish Salad – Layers of rice, lentils, tossed salad,
silopi salad, topped with Feta cheese and peppery
chicken breast.  Comes with a slice of bread.     $7.95

* Signifies vegetarian options


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