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Stephano's

If you're craving Greek/Mediterranean food, come to Stephano's! I had come here for lunch with my Mom who really wanted to eat this cuisine rather than the usual food she's eats when she's out with my Dad, who's not an adventurous eater.

While I was waiting in line to order, I saw huge hunks of meats being slowly cooked on rotating metal rods (?).  I couldn't stop looking at them, you don't see that everyday!
Out of the items to choose from the menu, the one that caught my attention was the Rib Eye Steak Kebab.  I missed steak and had to have it!  Don't be deceived by this picture, the food may look small (unless you zoom in), but I was actually stuffed.  This item and others mostly come with basmati rice, hummus, pita bread, and an Israeli salad (diced tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, parsley, dressed with olive oil and lemon juice):


She wanted me to take a picture of her eating haha:


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