Totti's Mediterranean Kitchen Opens in Lighthouse Point

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Totti's Mediterranean Kitchen is celebrating their grand opening at the Beacon Light Shopping Center in Lighthouse Point.

Featuring fresh Mediterranean dishes, Totti's allows you to enjoy your favorite protein as either a wrap, pita sandwich or in a salad. Guests choose from falafel $5.95, chicken schwarma (sliced chicken) $6.95, lamb schwarma (sliced marinated lamb) $7.95, or beef kabab $6.95 to start.

The next step is choosing toppings including tabouli, cole slaw,

lettuce, beet salad, hummus, tahini, onions, eggplant and spicy shug

(Israeli spicy pepper sauce).

Totti's Mediterranean Kitchen is

founded by Rotem Hamburger, who has had over 15 years experience in the

restaurant industry, including St. Bart's Coffee in Fort Lauderdale.

As an introductory special, become a "fan" on Facebook for a $5 off coupon, good on a $10 purchase.

Totti's Mediterranean Kitchen, 2420 S. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point

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