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A few simple INGREDIENTS...

authentic × healthy × middle-eastern

 
 
 

Mediterranean Nachos

Freshly baked heap of pita chips, topped with cooked Fava Beans, crisp romaine, fresh shepherd Salad, spicy Cilantro-Jalapeño Hummus, and Labneh. $19
Add Hoseh or Shawermah for a delicious twist. (Dine In Only)

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

Malfoof

Hand-rolled tender cabbage leaves stuffed with a savory mix of brown rice, diced tomatoes, diced onions, chickpeas, and spices. Cooked in a light tomato, garlic and lemon juice broth. Vegan $13
Also, available with Ground Lamb $16

Chicken & Potato Soup

A broth-based chicken and red skin potato soup with fresh cilantro and roasted garlic. Served over Basmati rice.
$4.95 Cup / $7.95 Bowl

  Weekly Events ⏤

Happy Hour

Monday - Friday

$2 OFF Cocktails
$2 OFF Draft Beer
$1 OFF House Wine & Domestic Bottled Beer

Vegan Night

Wednesday

Complementary Falafel for each Guest.
50% OFF Vegan Wine bottle with a purchase of 2 or more entrées.

Date Night

Thursday

50% OFF selected bottles of Wine with a purchase of 2 or more entrées.


 
 

Baladi Mediterranean Café offers taste of owner's Homeland.

Baladi opened in 2008 at Hilltop West Shopping Center. Since then, Chef Khaled has been serving both quality interpretations of classic Palestinian dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of Middle-Eastern Cuisine.

The phrase Baladi Foods means natural and organic foods that are prepared with traditional methods. Café's interior reflects the setting of a traditional home in Middle East also paying tribute to hospitality of Arabic culture.

All food is prepared daily. We only use:

  • Organic, Unfiltered Olive Oil (Lebanon);

  • Organic, Authentic, Imported Spices (Palestine);

  • Organic Turbinado Sugar and Clover Honey;

  • Purified, Filtered Water.

 
It was such a wonderful experience that I know we are going to talk about this place for many years.
— Debora Dohrbeck, "Minimalist Traveler"
Variety is the spice of life, right? Well, a variety of spices is what Baladi Mediterranean Cafe is all about, and the Virginia Beach restaurant’s falafel is one of life’s delicious pleasures.
— Judy Cowling, "Virginian Pilot"