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Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine



Name: David Samore
Restaurant Pick: Leftover's Cafe

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine is worth the effort. The food is varied and authentic, quick to the table, fresh and reasonably priced – with plenty to eat. After parking near Trader Joe’s (there was no parking anywhere near the restaurants and many cars were parked illegally). The shopping center is a tempting collection of shops and international restaurants, including Japanese, Indian, Italian, Spanish, and French. Seriously! Great place to go for options all week. When we arrived, it was quiet, perhaps five other guests. The waitress/hostess attended me immediately. We chose to do four appetizers and a main course with three (yes, three!) desserts. All were winners. The main course, chicken shawarma, was a delight and all of it, especially the fatoush salad, reminded me of the Lebanese salads my mother and aunts made for me and my brothers (we are one-half Lebanese – grandparents from the Beqaa Valley), dressed in olive oil and lemon juice over crispy, fresh lettuce and tomatoes. The pita bread was authentic, too, thin, pliable, and plentiful. The hummus, a test of authenticity, was perhaps the best I have had in my life. My regret? That Shaddai is 90 minutes from my home!

Name: Felipe Basulto
Restaurant Pick: Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine

From the moment we arrived and were seated, we felt back at home at our local eatery – a great Lebanese restaurant. We love this place because of the food profile/style, taste, and portion size. We always order way too much because we always like our favorite and we always want to try more. Our favorites are the grape leaves, the kibbeh, and the labneh. We love the fatoush salad and top entrees are lemon chicken – and kebob platter, and the mahi. The family that runs/owns the restaurant always welcomes us back as if we were dining at their home. We make it a once a month visit minimum. You must try – you will not be let down. 

Name: Greg Goodman
Restaurant Pick: Hawkers

The parking lot seemed crowded by found a space.   Had very little wait for table but called in advance just in case – it was about a 90 minute drive from Delray Beach.   Very nice ambience and comfortable seating – I would be worried if there were too many people in an inside location.  Again, I love this type of food, and found choices and quality of food similar to what I used to at restaurants in Florida and my native Rhode Island.  I love falafel and this was not greasy at all.   I actually would have loved any of the choices and will try it for dinner at some point but there are many such choices closer to home. Overall, great choice and loved everything I ate!

Restaurant Information

Restaurant Name:  Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine 
Location:  9519 S Dixie Highway Miami FL 33156
Parking: lot
Phone: 786 401 7714
Restaurant Owners: Tony sammour
Executive Chef: Tony sammour
Pastry Chef: Tony sammour


Type of Cuisine:  Lebanese, middle eastern
Signature Dishes: Hummus, Kibbeh, Fresh salads
Vegetarian Options:  Yes
Alcohol Served: beer & wine
Corkage Fee: $15/bottle
Bottle Limit: n/a


Restaurant Hours:
Monday –  Closed 
Tuesday –  11 am-9:30 pm
Wednesday- 11 am- 9:30 pm
Thursday – 11 am-9:30 pm
Friday –  11 am- 10 :30 pm
Saturday –11 am -10:30 pm
Sunday –  12 pm- 9 pm


Meals Served: Lunch and Dinner 
Prix Fix Menu:  for groups
Take-Out: yes
Delivery: yes
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol):
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): 
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? all
Accept Reservations: yes 
Need Reservations: weekends - yes
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: 1 day


Accommodations for Children: yes
Dining Style: casual
Disabled Access: yes
Restaurant Size: 85
Accommodate Groups:  yes 
Private Dining Room: no 
Tables with Scenic Views: no 
Outdoor Dining: no 
Entertainment: no