Every time we eat at Epice, we wonder why we don’t eat there more often! Whether it’s lunch or dinner, we always walk away happy and full. Epice’s menu has something for everyone – meet lovers, veggie lovers, and everything in between.
We suggest starting out with one of Epice’s appetizer dips. For first timers, the Hummos and the Al-Raheb (creamy eggplant puree with tomatoes) are great starting points on the menu. Share with the table or order one for yourself.
On our last lunch at Epice, we had the Labneh, Bustan, and the Peasant Salad with chicken. The best way to describe the Labneh is imagine a greek version of a quesadilla – instead of tortilla and melty cheese, it’s soft white cheese tucked inside pitas. The Labneh comes with a side of crispy roasted potatoes and salad.
The Bustan is a tasty plate of layered roasted veggies with Epice’s signature spread and a side of Mujadara – an awesome rice, lentil, and caramelized onion pilaf. Talk about a great lunch! The peasant salad is just as tasty – crisp lettuce, seasonal veggies, and a lemon vinaigrette that can be topped with chicken, fish, steak, or lamb. The servings are generous and every dish is packed with flavor.
We’ll be back soon to try brunch – the Shakshuka has our name written all over it!
C & A