Unlike a librarian’s all-brown cardigan collection, Yemeni cuisine is distinctive, colorful and won’t force you to be quiet about it. Experience cuisine you may have never seen or tasted before with this deal at Marib Restaurant, and get $30 worth of Yemeni specialties for $15.
Whether you’re a Yemen transplant or simply seeking a more exotic meal, Marib Restaurant offers a proper representation of Yemen’s traditional dishes. Patrons applaud flavor, fresh ingredients and generous portions that leave no one wanting, often using words like “amazing” to categorize their experiences here. Uncover flavors which, when taken together, tell a tale of Yemeni history from savory to sweet, like Masoob, a dish of bananas, purified butter and rashoush, a traditional bread mashed with dates and honey then cooked in a clay oven. Sample Saltah, considered Yemen’s national dish. It’s a traditional stew chock full of cooked veggies and topped with hilbeh, a fenugreek-based whipped condiment that’s both creamy and herbal. For breakfast, bite into Kibda made with fresh lamb liver, then flash fried with tomatoes, onions and Marib’s special seasoning. Many dishes are served with warm pita bread, a common staple of the Mediterranean cuisines. Mouthwatering doesn’t begin to describe the vibe at this Springfield stop, so drop what you’re doing and get there today.