Longtime Trinity Groves Mediterranean outpost, Souk, reopened over the weekend as a grill-focused eatery with an updated moniker.
Souk: A Kebab House has a revamped menu now, with an entire section devoted to dishes “from the wood-fire” plus small plates from Lebanese and the Middle East. Kebabs take center stage here with varieties from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, and Morocco. A dessert new to Souk, called kinafa, will also grace the menu. It’s basically phyllo dough stuffed with sweet cheese and cooked on the grill.
After five years at Trinity Groves, the restaurant decided to shift focus and install the custom built, wood-burning grill specially made for kebabs, plus a rotisserie for whole chickens and lamb. “We are excited to revamp our concept [focused on] customer favorites while introducing diners to a new take on the classic Middle Eastern cuisine I grew up with,” Yaser Khalaf, owner of Souk, said in a statement.
Souk: A Kebab House’s hours of operation are Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.