A Lebanese restaurant in Canada is turning heads with its speciality chicken shawarma fries — an appetizing poutine-style dish that combines Lebanese favorites and flavors.
The dish is served at Kabab Village Restaurant in Windsor, Ontario. The golden fries are drizzled with mayonnaise, homemade garlic sauce and chicken shawarma, according to their website.
Kabab Village was recently featured in a CBC review after the restaurant relocated from Thunder Bay, Ontario to Windsor, Ontario.
“My mom loves cooking and homemade food and she wanted to give everyone a little taste of our food back home,” owner Haidar Hatoum told CBC.
The chicken shawarma fries are among the most popular items on the menu. The dish comes as small, $5.95, medium, $9.95 and large, $12.95.
Kabab Village also serves other unique Lebanese-influenced dishes, such as their new halal chicken bacon ranch pita wrap.
The restaurant is located at 6124 Tecumseh Rd E. in Windsor.