There’s a new menu down at Medusa Kabob House, the restaurant that’s brought Mediterranean fare to the old Casbah Tea House spot at 628 N. Fourth Ave.
Owner Ashur Davoudikia says he now offers a lamb-and-beef kabob, which he says are a bit more tender and flavorful than the straight-out beef kabobs he sells. There are chicken kabobs, too, as well as kabobs made with a combination of diced chicken and falafel.
Gyros and daily specials have also been added to the menu board. Today the special was a Greek casserole made with lamb, beef, egg, mushrooms, tomatoes and a grip of spices.
“Now we are making everything in house. Well, everything but the bread, and I’m working on getting the equipment for that,” said Davoudikia.
Call 647-2333 for more information.
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