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Deal of the Day: $12 for $30 Worth of Food & Drink at Ferdos Grill in Fort Lauderdale

​Where can you stop for lunch that's fast and fresh, with a made-to-order menu of healthy, fresh-grilled ingredients? 

Try Ferdos Grill, the Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurant in Fort Lauderdale. With its traditional -- yet unique -- take on traditional dishes, it's hearty Mediterranean food, and unbeatable prices, it's today's Deal of the Day

Act now and receive $30 worth of food and drink at Ferdos Grill for just $12.

From appetizers, soups and salads -- to the sandwiches and signature kabobs -- Ferdos has both meat and vegetable entrees to satisfy almost any appetite. Try it all with the Ferdos sampler: a platter of hummus, Baba-Ghannouj, Fatoosh, veggie grape leaves and falafel patties ($10.95).

Looking for a bigger meal? Go for one of their classic dishes, like Galaba, chicken or beef sautéed in olive oil and lemon sauce, carrots, onions, green peppers, broccoli and mushrooms, and served with rice ($12.95).

Here, hummus isn't just a side -- it's also served topped with beef tenderloin tips or chicken sautéed with onions, mushrooms, carrots, broccoli and green peppers ($12.95).

The favorite everyone knows, the gyro, is made Ferdo-style with both tender slices of lean beef and lamb, served on a bed of lettuce and tomatoes, with pita bread and rice. Throw in the side of fresh-whipped cucumber sauce and steamed vegetables, and you've got a platter-sized meal for just $12.95.

New to the menu: the Ferdos flat iron steak, a grilled 10-ounce tender cut, served with steamed vegetables and choice of fries or rice ($14.95).


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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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