Try some of your favorites to keep the idea fresh for you and your family! We have not had success getting them to try hummus before now. Next came the Salmon Kabob. I went to the Downtown location as well. We all want that for our chicken breasts, don’t we? The rice and the vegetables taste great too. I ordered the Dolmasas and Babganooj. They  always  happy  to  give  you  a  reffil  for  your  drink  or  some  more  hummus  for  pita  bread. On a long ciabatta $9.95. I love olives and with melty cheese! The falafel plate was delicious and a ton of food. Every item on this page was chosen by The Pioneer Woman team. If there’s one thing that will always be in our refrigerator, it’s Sabra Hummus. I also come for the medi cuisine, and have yet to be disappointed. I mean, get real. Next, throw half of the mixture into a ziploc bag with two chicken breasts. Not a fan of the paninis or the chicken kabobs because they're kind of dry and boring. And that’s not my hand. Just depends on my hormone level. Tip: order the chicken or salmon shish kabob. 2 Skewers $24.99 / 4 Skewers $44.99 All Chicken Kabobs No Extra Charge Sub 1 Chicken for 2 Koobideh* $2.99 Sub 1 Chicken for 1 Salmon $2.99 Sub 1 Chicken for 1 Flat Iron $3.99 Sub 1 Chicken for 1 Tofu or 1 Vegetable Kabob at No Extra Charge Sub Rice for Salad at No Extra Charge. It's certainly worth a visit! Next, grab some prepared pesto. They come in a jar and you just slice them as you like! Pesto, Roasted Red Pepper and Mozzarella Flatbread. The food here is so great! But you know what? Pull the chicken out of the fridge. Then stir it around to combine. Spread 1 side of each bread slice with hummus. roast chicken 10 (df, w/o nuts) mashed avocado, jicama, focaccia. I used store-bought fire roasted red pepper hummus to make this sandwich and it was really easy to do and delicious. Really liked the hummus trio as a starter we shared. But, the real disappointment were the vegetables. Note: If you do not have a panini grill, you can certainly still make panini. 28g fat; I love panini. It’s nice and basic, and can be adapted by using storebough/rotisserie chicken if you’d like to omit the marinating/grilling process, and adding things like artichoke hearts and olives if you want the thing more loaded. Try some of your favorites to keep the idea fresh for you and your family! Just get the kabobs. I've dined there over three times and I've never had to wait to get seated. Hi Molly, I just buy them already roasted from the grocery store. The little mysterious shaker on the table is sumac, which is a dried ground berry that you can put on all the food to add tartness. The caprese sandwich was pretty good, I had a Mediterranean side salad which I also enjoyed. This should take about four to five minutes. Chicken, hummus, tomato, cucumber, onion and avocado. Healthy or not, I bet it's delicious. Great value for the money! Also, the food is generously portioned and not too heavy while remaining savory and filing. It’s the perfect healthy lunch or dinner, and it only takes 20 minutes to make! And after dinner there, I can confirm that they are probably not the best in the world. Lunch specials: chicken panini with hummus, tomato, pickled red onion & feta ** baked potato soup ** dessert: vanilla raspberry trifle ~ butterscotch pie ~ Oreo cookie cheesecake (Sept 22) Lunch 11am - 2pm. Close with top pieces of bread with butter sides facing up. Here ’tis! Some of the best I've ever had. My favorite is the stuffed pepper. Thanks Linda! Long time passing…. Cook them in a sandwich press and you have a perfect lunch or dinner option. Such a great snack. Turkey Pesto Panini Sandwich. All opinions are 100% mine. Pesto Cavatappi (590 I 1170 cal) grilled chicken, cavatappi, pesto* cream. This ingredient shopping module is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page.