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View the Lebanese Kitchen Menu

Restaurant: Lebanese Kitchen

Where: 1384 Washington Blvd., Pasadena

Phone: (626) 296-9010

Reservations: Not necessary

Cocktails: No

Service: Tableside wait service

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: No

Credit Cards: MC, Visa, Amex, Discover, Debit Cards with logo

Kid’s Menu: No

Senior Discount: No

Food to Go: Yes – Also local delivery available

Catering Menu: Yes

Price Range: $2.50 - $10.50

Lebanese Kitchen is at 1384 Washington Blvd., in Pasadena

Starters included pita bread, hummus and tabboulleh

Quail appetizer

Kufta appetizer

Combination Kebab plate


DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by        


Lebanese Kitchen – Delicious Middle Eastern Food, Café 322 Nearing its Debut


By Bill Coburn


In the area now being called East Washington Village in Pasadena, there are some very good places to eat, including Connal’s Burgers, Mijare’s No. 2, Domenico’s Pasadena, and Lebanese Kitchen.  Two or three  doors west of Hill, on the south side of Washington Blvd., is the subject of today’s restaurant spotlight, Lebanese Kitchen.


As you walk into the Lebanese Kitchen, a small unassuming restaurant, you’ll see photos of Lebanese scenes, including aerial shots of 20th century Beirut, as well as natural scenes.  But one of the first things I noticed was the continuously uptempo middle eastern music that contributed greatly to the atmosphere throughout our meal.  The restaurant was opened 8 years ago by Michael Labbad, who still pops in to keep an eye on things, but this family run restaurant is now overseen mostly by his two children, Tony and Violet.


And what a meal it was.  I started with the BBQ Quail.  Grilled to perfection with middle eastern spices, it was a great starter.  Katie ordered the Kufta, stuffed ground beef, with diced onion, spices and pine nuts, then deep fried.  There were five of them on the plate, so I tried them, and enjoyed them, too.  Before we got our starters, we were given good-sized helpings of hummus and tabboulleh, as well as a basket full of fresh pita bread.  Hummus (ground garbanzo beans with tahini and Middle Eastern spices and drizzled with olive oil) and Tabbouleh (finely chopped parsley, tomato, onions, cracked wheat, spices, lemon juice and olive oil) are served with every Dinner Entrée.   I’m not usually a big fan of either, but I really enjoyed the combination of both on the pita bread.  Even went back for seconds, which is not typical for me. 


Katie and I both ordered the same thing, the Combination Kebab plate.  This plate includes a Shish kebab, a lule kebob and chicken kebob, topped with raw onions and served with rice pilaf and broiled tomato.  I can’t tell you about the tomato (I don’t eat them) but I can tell you about the rice piilaf, which was light, fluffy and deliciously seasoned, and about the kebabs.  The Shish kebab consisted of truly tender chunks of beef, with a nice blend of Middle Eastern spices.  The Chicken Kebab was tender and juicy, also deliciously seasoned.  And the Lule (Ground Beef) Kebab was excellent, as well.  All kebabs are marinated Middle Eastern style and cooked over an open flame.


Lebanese Kitchen has lunch Kebab specials Monday thru Sunday from 11am to 4pm, ranging from $5.99 to $7.99.  Sandwiches, served from 11am to 4pm daily except Sundays are served on pita bread, and range in price from $3.50 - $4.50.  Lunch salads range from $6.99 to $7.99, with dinner salads at $9.00 and $10.00.


Lebanese Kitchen can also assist you with all your caterning needs, with several plate options available.  You can find the Lebanese Kitchen menu, including their catering menu at  While you’re there, you can download a coupon good for half off an entrée with purchase of an entrée.  But please, these coupons are to introduce new customers to the restaurant, not for daily repeated use.  


Bill Coburn is owner of, a restaurant website featuring dozens of restaurant’s menus, as well as downloadable coupons.  He has nearly 20 years experience in the restaurant business, and has been eating for much longer than that.

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