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Paymon's Mediterranean Cafe & Lounge

After spending three and a half hours of intense studying, me, Nessa, & Irene ate lunch at Paymon's Mediterranean Cafe & Lounge next to UNLV. Upon entering the cafe, I smelled the exotic aroma, enjoyed looking at the decor of the place, and fell in love with the cozy atmosphere.

This was my Spinach Pie aka Spanakopita with Mediterranean vegetables and vermicelli pilaf. The dish was so big that I saved the rest for Bronsen to eat later on. He said it was like a gourmet lunch!

Nessa tried the Pesto Pasta with grilled chicken breast, the sauce was lovely. I think that's the name of it!

Irene ordered a gyro with rotisserie beef and lamb and vegetables and Athens Fries. The sauce that accompanied the fries were yummy too, it had a strong distinct taste.

The gyro was about the size of Irene's stomach! It was a struggle for her eating it haha


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