Falafel Plate- 6 falafel balls served with tahini
Moroccan Cigars- rolled phyllo dough filled with beef and potato served with tahini sauce
Kibbe- bulgar wheat croquette stuffed with seasned minced beef, served with tahini sauce
Eggplant Salad- mashed grilled eggplant with toamto sauce and red peppers
Matbucha Salad- roasted tomatoes and red peppers seasoned with garlic and chili peppers
Israeli Salad- finely chopped tomatoes, onions, romaine lettuce with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
Markocha Salad- thinly sliced carrots spiced with house herbs
Pelmini- vegetable soup with beef dumplings
Lagman- diced meat, vegetables and homemade noodles
Chicken Yemenite- served with kubaneh, hilbeh and schug
FROM THE GRILL
Steak Pargit- dark chicken meat marinated with herbs
Chicken Shish Kebab- 2 skewers of grilled chicken breast
Diced Chicken with Onions- grilled chicken breast with onions
Baby Chicken Kebab- 2 skwers of marinated boneless chicken seasoned and grilled
Grilled Chicken Breast
Kofta Kebab- 2 skewers of ground beef with chopped onions
Lamb Shish Kebab- 2 skewers of lamb kebab
Beef Shish Kebab- 2 skewers of beef kebab
Rib Eye Steak- boneless tender rib eye with sauteed onions
16 oz. Rib Steak- prime juicy steak with house seasoning
Mixed Grill- baby chicekn, beef, and kofta kebab
information about Laffa Bar and Grill
Vaad Hakashrut of Five Towns
When you’re feeling like a taste of Eretz Yisroel in Long Island, be sure to check out Laffa Bar & Grill in the Five Towns!
Laffa Bar & Grill was taken over by new owners back in January 2019 and has continued with the Middle Eastern menu and added a few Bukharian inspired dishes such as plov and dumplings.
The restaurant is still family friendly, but with white tablecloths, a mural of Israel on the wall, an expanded menu, and a veteran hands-on management, Laffa Bar feels nicer and they are excited to show you what they have to offer. Most of the menu remains standard middle eastern fare (done well of course) such as kebabs, and shawarma. Some of the newer Bukharian based additions include bakhsh (which is rice with parsley, as well as hand cut beef and lamb) and samsas, dumplings filled with chopped onions and beef, served with a tomato sauce.
One fun new addition to the restaurant is Tuesday Steak Night, with a special char-grilled and flame broiled 16 oz. Rib Eye Steak and veggies for only $39.95! That’s a great deal for a quality meal.
Based on how great the food is so far, Laffa Bar is sure to create its own legacy away from that of its predecessors.
On Fridays be sure to check out Laffa Bar’s take home buffet. The food is a sure fire crowd pleaser, for any shabbat you just don’t feel like cooking. In fact you might end up preferring their food!
Since the closure of a few other Middle Eastern restaurants, this is now the only sit down, full service Middle Eastern meat place in the area and just 10 minutes from Central Avenue, so the need is there.
Be sure to fulfill you shawarma craving with Laffa Bar & Grill