Turkish, Italian, and Mediterranean in the heart of Greenwood. Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian options available.
Our famous, customers favorite catering plates; lentil bites and Muhammara!
Bulgur, lentil, tomato paste, and spring onions with Mediterranean spices.
Roasted red peppers, red pepper and tomato paste, bread crumbs, walnuts and pomegranate molasses.
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Our new wine corner. #diy by Paola Corsini Kossack
Customers Favorite "Turkish" musaka.
Paola’s mama’s recipe. Oven-baked eggplant, zucchini, and potatoes, with tomatoes and homemade Turkish tomato sauce. Topped with Kashari cheese and garlic-yoghurt sauce. Served with warm pita. Add chicken cuts or ground lamb, GF | VGN | VG
This dish can be prepared Vegetarian, Vegan and gluten free.
The Magical Green Beans! It is not surprising that a recent review study has included green beans among other legumes that have repeatedly shown the ability to lower our risk of chronic diseases. Included in the list of diseases are type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, and metabolic syndrome.
Our Customers love The Olive and Grape's Green Beans side salad.
Facts about Cucumber. Daniel cutting cucumbers for customers favorite Greek and Arugula Salad.
Cucumbers are also known to be an excellent source of vitamins, including anti-inflammatory vitamin K, infection-fighting vitamin C, and energy-producing pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). Body-beneficial minerals include bone-building manganese, as well as potassium and magnesium, both good for your heart.
Lignans, unique polyphenols in crucifers and alliums such as cabbage and onions, are known for containing health benefits, such as lowering the risk of heart disease. But recent studies now show that cucumbers also contain powerful lignans that bind with estrogen-related bacteria in the digestive tract, contributing to a reduced risk of several cancers, including breast, uterus, ovarian, and prostate cancers. Other phytonutrients in cucumbers called cucurbitacins - part of a larger group known as triterpenes - are known to strongly inhibit cancer cell development.
TOMATO, the queen of the Vegetables.
Tomatoes are high in nutritional value no matter what their color. They are high in vitamin C, B vitamins, Beta Carotene, and several anti cancer components. Some scientists give tomatoes credit for the low rate of prostate cancer in Italy.
At the Olive and Grape 90% of our dishes contain some form of tomato.
Tomatoes fresh cut before serving our delicious Greek and Arugula salad before the Friday dinner rush.
Tonight's special "Smoked salmon Ravioli"
|Tuesday||5pm - 9pm|
|Tuesday||11:30am - 2pm|
|Wednesday||5pm - 9pm|
|Wednesday||11:30am - 2pm|
|Thursday||5pm - 9pm|
|Thursday||11:30am - 2pm|
|Friday||5pm - 9:30pm|
|Friday||11:30am - 2pm|
|Saturday||11:30am - 10pm|
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