APPETIZERS Coconut Chicken Fingers - Crispy chicken fingers served on coconut curry sauce Pulled Beef Tacos - Shredded beef in BBQ sauce served in a taco shell with salsa Lollypop Chicken Wings - Stuffed herb chicken with sweet chili pineapple ginger sauce Morrocan Cigars - Spring rolls with spicy ground beef Buffalo Wings - Fried breaded chicken wings coated in a hot sauce Fire Poppers - Fried chicken nuggets in a sweet & spicy sauce Sliders - A Mediterranean twist on the all American dish, with a lamb, beef and chicken burgers
SALADS House Salad - A mix of romaine hearts, tomato, cucumber, red onion, radish, topped with grilled baby chicken, a remoulade dressing, and Pringles Garden Salad - A mix of romaine lettuce, champignon mushroom, 3-color cherry tomato, cucumber, red onion and fresh herb vinaigrette Hapina Salad - A mix of white cabbage, hearts of romaine, carrots, cucumber, radish, julienne celery, topped with BBQ short ribs and a sweet-sour dressing.
ENTREES Baby Chicken Kabob - Baby chicken served with a choice of 2 sides Blackened Cornish Hen - Cooked in a delicious balance of spice and wine with Lebanese rice and tomato tartar Beef Shish Kabob - Grilled beef with a choice of 2 sides. Lamb Kufta Kabob - Ground Lamb marinated in spices, grilled in true mediterranean fashion with a choice of 2 sides. Skirt Steak 7 oz - Rich in flavor and cooked on open fire with a choice of 2 sides. Prime Rib 16 oz - A prized cut of meat, on the bone with a choice of 2 sides Strip Steak 10 0z - Cooked Medium or Medium Rare and served on Japanese yams and sautéed broccoli
In the middle of Cedarhurst Avenue, near Village Hall, you can get lost in the rustic glow of Hapina. This Middle Eastern restaurant is casual and refined with a twist. Their latest renovations feature a soft warm environment, which goes hand in hand with the fine Israeli food they offer that suits every palate. Since its opening in 1990, the restaurant has offered a taste of the Holy Land, and a "homey" ambiance that will warm your heart. Hapina, in English "The Corner," was originally a corner shop, and the name has stuck ever since. The owners Bentzy and Tuly Wolcowitz run this family eatery, and enjoy sharing their love for Israel with the Middle Eastern style of food. Their options however, are extensive, and you will find everything from Sushi to Shawarma to Rib Steak on the menu.
In fact, one bite of the Shawarma in a lafa and you may forget that you are in the middle of Cedarhurst, and not standing on some cobblestone in Jerusalem. They offer some very tasty dishes, including the Kufta Kabob, Jerusalem Mix Grill and their "Shish Cornish Hen" on pita or as an entree, comes highly recommended. Hapina also boasts a large unlimited fresh salad bar that comes with every dish on the menu (including two sides). With large sized portions, you are definitely getting your monies worth.
With two dining rooms and separate entrances (ideal for Sheva brachos), the restaurant can accommodate large parties up to 120 guests. Be sure to make your next Simcha memorable, affordable and enjoyable. Hapina also offers a promotion for friends and coworkers on their website, 10% off your entire order when ordering for five or more friends! Now your whole office can enjoy Hapina for lunch. With their delicious menu, consistent quality and optional delivery, you will never leave Hapina hungry!