Monday, June 8, 2009

My New Restaurant of Choice!



My first meal from this awesome restaurant consisted of, Appetizer:
MAZZA PLATE
Assortment of popular Middle-Eastern appetizers-Hummos, Babaganoush, Tabouli, olives, dolmas,
and pita bread.
GREEK SALAD
Fresh garden lettuce, tomatoes, Calamata olives, Greek feta cheese, fresh lemon juice, and oregano
dressing
Entree:
GOLDEN CHICKEN
Middle-Eastern Rotisserie chicken served with garlic sauce, rice, and pita bread.

I got this all "To Go" and shared with Solar. She was not at home when I had "My Share". I am glad I was alone to ohhh and ahhh over every bite. It would have been embarrassing to have anyone hear me. I mean this food was good with a capital G! The bad part of this is....this is in Texas and I am in Arkansas....

I searched today to see if there is one in Arkansas and guess what I found?
Little Rock, Arkansas




A mere 45 miles from me...
Is it possible to be as good as the one in Dallas??
I will give it a chance!!!

7 comments:

KBeau said...

So you know about the Silver Moon, huh! I've heard lots about it from my husband, but I've never been there myself. I remember once not long after we started dating he went home to Newport from Dallas to play in a golf tournament. I think things got kind of rough at the Silver Moon.

Betsy said...

I've never heard of this! But if it's wonderful, I would certainly drive 45 miles!

the ungourmet said...

Yum! I love this kind of food! Wish I lived closer we could go to lunch there! :0)

grammy said...

That does look really good. Maybe it is good it is a 45 min. drive... then you can't run there every time you get a whim... that can be dangerous (o:

granolachic said...

you know i have craved them ever since my dallas trip?? i was even forced to make my own (amazing...i must say) chicken curry...will get you the recipe...but let's go to the one in LR together...jon will never go for it and i would KILL for the mazza plate right now!!

nanny said...

Granolachic, Name the day I am ready. Loved it!

Jill said...

Hmmmm, Nanny...I visit your blog and MY MOUTH WATERS at all the delicious discoveries!!
I have been doing more with a variety of olives lately and although I would NEVER say I enjoy olives...in my older years, I realize that I DO!!!
This menu sounds scrumptious!!!!