The Kabob House in Dunedin is now Prestige Lebanese Cuisine, so with our coupon in hand we went to try it out tonight.  We started off with two appetizers, hummus with meat and pine nuts and the sfiha which is a meat stuffed pastry.

I found both items to be rather bland and very dry.  The sfiha could have used some sort of dipping sauce, maybe some yogurt sauce or something.  I thought the pita was kind of tough too.

We both got shish kabobs for dinner, Loren got the steak & I got the chicken.

Both kabobs were amazingly tender.  They were well seasoned, maybe a little over-seasoned on the pepper part.  The fries were crispy, though not quite as warm as they should have been.

The biggest issue we had was with the service.  It was non-existent.  Drinks were left empty for long periods of time, food came out of the kitchen very slow, and even after our plates had been cleared, the waiter took a very long time to bring the check.  After the $25 coupon and the tip they automatically added on, the final bill was $19.

Prestige Lebanese Cuisine
1425 Main St Unit J
Dunedin, FL

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