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Kabobs, Shawarma, Vegetarian and Lebanese Specialties in Norwood, MA

About Us

Our Cuisine

Our mission is to craft authentic, delicious Middle Eastern, Greek and American cuisine in a welcoming environment. We source premium, all natural ingredients from around the corner or around globe. Ours is a culinary experience that combines the flavors of the old world with the precision and variety of the new.

Special Events and Catering

We cater for parties of 10 or more. We're available to deliver foods prepared in our restaurant to your home, office, or event or we can bring the kitchen to you! Order Online or give us a call to discuss your event. 

A Family Affair

Our traditional cooking techniques and methods have been passed down from generation to generation, from mother to daughter, daughter to granddaughter, and father to son. So, from our family to you and yours – welcome to our oasis.

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Reviews

"Wow this food was amazing!!"

Wow this food was amazing!! It's been forever since I've had a good falafel and eating at To Beirut today reminded me just how good falafels can be! It had the perfect amount of crunch on the outside (just the right brown that isn't burnt, but isn't soggy either) and the right amount of spice... -Gabby U on Yelp, 7/28/2017

"Juicy and so yummy."

I've already been here 3 times in the last couple of weeks...it is THAT good. I think I am addicted to the falafel platter. I've had this every time I've come so far. It is so delicious. Tonight I added on a chicken skewer and the taste was so good and the chicken was juicy and so yummy. Great flavor. My parents have enjoyed the trio plates and can't say enough about them... - Amanda C on Yelp, 4/19/2017

"Yum, Yum, Yum!"

We went to "To Beirut" for an early dinner and it was outstanding. Upon entering, we were greeted by the owner with the most delicious falafel samples straight out of the oven. All I can say is if you like falafel, OMG! - Pickyeater15 on TripAdvisor, 9/10/2016

"Packed with flavor and texture."

The people are always pleasant and the food is always perfection. You must try the falaffalo (buffalo falafel) appetizer if you're a fan of spicy buffalo sauce. Also their falafel nachos (with spicy chicken) will make you want to come back here every night of the week. I usually get the late-night lamb gyro because the fries come in it and it's packed with flavor and texture. - Christa B on Google, April 2017

"Great place to eat in or take out!

Great place to eat in or take out, great customer service and good prices!

-Naseem J on Google, April 2017

"They have the best Lebanese food"

They have the best Lebanese food . Have been going there for almost four years, the employees there are very friendly. The owner Aziz is the best, he always listens and if you have any issues with the food he does everything to make it better for you. I highly recommend this restaurant, I have sent many, many people there and they keep going back. Once you try it you will be a customer and always go back. - Linda N. on Facebook, 3/6/2018

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To Beirut Food

15 Cottage Street East, Norwood, MA 02062

781-769-3663

Hours

Tue - Thu: 11am - 9pm

Fri - Sat: 11am - 10pm

Sun: 12pm-7pm

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To Beirut Lebanese and Middle Eastern Food in Norwood, MA

Traditional Lebanese food in Norwood

The lively parsley salad tabbouli, a staple all over the Middle East, is an ancient dish (except for the tomatoes), as is hummus, baba ghanouj, meat on a spit, meat on a skewer, flatbread, and salad made with toasted stale bread. The fact that this food has survived for centuries is a testament to the families who have faithfully taught the dishes to each new generation.

-Boston.com September 2012