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Awesome food. The entrees were a bit high priced, but we noted from the tables around us that the portions were large. We opted for two appetizers, a cup of lentil soup each, and a spinach pie. Plenty of food for two at a fair...More
If you love hummus you have to dine here. It is the most azaming hummus I have ever tasted. YUM!!!! The staff are very friendly and the food delicious. Huge portions too. You may want to split an entree. Go and enjoy!!!
By far the BEST place to eat in Seaside if you want delicious and generous portions of fresh homemade food. The sharma and tabuli salad combination was delicious... if fact we went back two days in a row for the same dish!! The perfect alternative...More
The menu items and the service are both outstanding in this tiny restaurant in Seaside. But if you want to experience Lebanese cuisine that fresh, flavorful and relatively inexpensive, give this one a try. Both lunh and dinner items are large enough to satisfy any...More
This weekend the couple that traveled with us to Seaside had never eaten Lebanese food before, so we knew we had to take them to McBani's.We had been to McBani's before and really enjoyed our meals. Now one thing about McBani's is that the place...More
Everything about this place was amazing. Great service from the owners. Lamb kabobs were so tender. Spinach pie with sumac and other spices was a nice new flavor for me. Falafel appetizer had a lovely assortment of vegetables and pickles. They brought us homemade pita...More
We were looking for a place to eat, and a lot places were closed (New Year's Day). We saw McBani and decided to try it; we like middle eastern food. It was fabulous. It took a while for our food to come, but it was...More
Frankly, there's only so much fish and chips or clam chowder a person can eat. When you're looking for something different (maybe even some vegetables...) try McBani's.
It's a tiny hole-in-the-wall on the main strip in Seaside and perhaps not very eye-catching, but don't be...More