This week we used Yelp to find good, “cheap eats” and drove down to Alfaron on El Cajon Blvd. It’s a small place, but with great family style service. The main waiter introduced himself to us and was more than happy to go over the entire menu, plate by plate to make sure we understood what everything was. We took his advice and opted for most of the signature dishes of Lebanese food. Josie had the Falafel with hummus, Jared, Zimmer and Kaitlin had the Chicken Tawook which was chicken, garlic paste and olives baked over a flat bread with cheese which was absolutely fantastic! Eder had the Soujouk which was a flat bread but with Armenian style ground beef and spices. We also tried some of their classic “salad” the yogurt, mint and cucumber side dish as well as an appetizer of the Baba Ghannouj which is similar to hummus but made with eggplant, very yummy with a side of flat bread for dipping! Bronson and Josie also tried to sparkling berry soda as well as the Zaatar oven baked flat bread covered in spices. We all split a piece of their freshly home made dessert! It was a great lunch with amazing customer service, we all would love to go back here!
Bauman Lunch :: Holiday Fiesta Edition
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