William D. 
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Re: “Ali Baba Mediterranean Deli & Catering

Let me begin by saying that my wife and I lived in the Middle East for two years. While living in Jerusalem, many locals invited us into their homes for wonderful Middle Eastern/Mediterranean cuisine. Not only did they share meals with us, they taught my wife how to prepare the local food. Over those two years we learned that Middle Eastern food is extremely tasty and very healthy as well.

In the 20+ years since living in the Middle East, whenever traveling, we always look for Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurants. We’ve found some pretty good ones in large cities like Atlanta, Metro DC. Now we have no need to look any further. Welcome to Ali Baba Mediterranean Deli & Catering on Daniel Island. For my family it is a dream come true to have the real thing in town. The prices are right, the atmosphere, friendliness and hospitality remind us so much of what we experienced during our time in Jerusalem.

I really hate to limit my recommendations because everything is absolutely delicious. But be sure not to miss the some of the best kibbi I’ve ever had along with an absolutely wonderful heart of palm salad. The grape leaves are outstanding and the chicken kebob melts in your mouth. This food is freshly prepared and Ali Baba’s has quite a variety. The vegetarian has many choices and for those who don’t feel adventurous there’s even a half pound burger on the menu. We’ve eaten in at Ali Baba or picked up there countless times and I still don’t think we’ve gotten to try everything on the menu. If you want authentic Middle Eastern/Mediterranean cuisine, you simply can’t go wrong with Ali Baba on Daniel Island! It’s a 5 star all the way!

Posted by William D. on April 7, 2009 at 8:25 AM
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