FLINT, MI — A longtime restaurant that serves up Center Japanese delicacies in Flint just lately bought a brand new proprietor, however the identical recipes from years in the past stay the identical.
Badawest Restaurant, 4018 Corunna Highway, in Flint options conventional Lebanese dishes.
Proprietor Jessica Scofield, who bought the restaurant in September and reopened in January, says the enterprise has been round for greater than 40 years.
The partitions of the restaurant are adorned with Center Japanese décor, a fountain and music to create the environment for a relaxed eating expertise.
“We saved the identical identify and identical recipes as the unique proprietor,” Scofield mentioned.
The brand new enterprise proprietor ,35, mentioned she determined to buy the restaurant as a result of her husband, who’s Jordanian, has a ardour for cooking Center Japanese meals. He’s the pinnacle chef on the restaurant.
“Every thing is cooked recent by the order and all genuine. He cooks all the things from scratch,” Scofield mentioned of her husband, Aloush.
The menu options well-liked buyer favorites equivalent to a lamb chops dish which might be ready with a peanut butter base marinade, deboned rooster breast and thigh, a fattoush salad and shawarma.
Dishes will be paired with recent grilled greens, rice and hummus. Entrée dishes value $15-$20.
After lunch or dinner, clients may seize some baklava or rice pudding for dessert.
The eatery options dine in, take out and catering for occasions.
Along with the indoor seating, which might accommodate as much as 150 diners, the restaurant will quickly be capable to seat about 20 further company on its out of doors patio as soon as development is full.
“We’ve been very profitable,” Scofield mentioned. “I’m positive it has rather a lot to do with the popularity that the restaurant had beforehand, however sure, we’ve been very profitable with plenty of loyal clients.”
Hours of operation for Badawest are 11 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days per week.
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