Sunday, May 30, 2010

Prince Lebanese Grill

We had lunch yesterday at Prince Lebanese Grill. We both liked it. I had spicy chickenn schwarma and my wife had a dish that consisted of tiny cubes of grilled lamb atop a huge plate of hummus. It was expensive (for us) as lunch goes, with the total exceeding $30 for the two of us. A couple sitting near us were eating enormous and delicious-looking gyros; they are on the menu for $3.59 each. Our tea was flavored (cinnamon?), which was unexpected and unappreciated, but it was not terrible (but added to the cost at $1.89 each). All in all, it's a keeper and we'll almost certainly go back to try the gyros, which is one of my favorite things. I may try the babaganouj, next time, as I'm a fan of the stuff. The place is a hole in the wall, operating out of what looks to be an old burger joint. But they've jazzed it up a bit and it has a modicum of "decor" inside. They've even made a decent little alfresco eating area, but no one was eating outside yesterday in 95-degree temperatures.

Prince Lebansese Grill
502 West Randol Mill Rd.
Arlington, TX 817-469-1811
Monday-Saturaday, 11 am - 9 pm
Closed Sunday

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