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Café Marhaba

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Café Marhaba serves Arabian food and drinks, and offers a selection of mezzeh that you can combine as you prefer. Mezzeh are the Arabic/Middle Eastern version of tapas.

In addition to around twenty different mezzeh, you can choose salads, soup, and main courses with shawarma, lamb chops, falafel, shish kebab etc.

If you want the drink top match the food, there are several Lebanese choices on the wine list.

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Café Marhaba serves Arabian food and drinks, and offers a selection of mezzeh that you can combine as you prefer. Mezzeh are the Arabic/Middle Eastern...

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