Lynda’s Mediterranean

We snapped some pictures of the menu at Lynda’s Mediterranean over the weekend but we didn’t see any indication that  the East Passyunk Avenue spot was open. But today we received word that the restaurant has been open for a couple of weeks. Talk about a quiet opening!

Anyway, check out the couscous and tagine rich menu after the jump.

Dinner Menu

Fish Soup – Mussels, clams, shrimp and scallops $9.99
Lentil Soup – Lentil beans, potatoes, carrots in a rice broth $3.50
Soup of the Day


Couscous Lamb $17.99
Couscous Chicken $17.99
Couscous Royal $28.99
Couscous Vegetarian $9.99


Tagine of Kofta $16.99
Tagine of Lamb prepared with rising $18.99
Tagine of Galabana (Sweet Peas) $18.75
Tagine of Loubya (Green Beans) $17.99
Tagine of Chicken prepared with green olives $16.99
Branzino $11.99


Mixed Fruits $4.99
Ice Cream (Vanilla and Chocolate) $3.50
Baklava $3.99

Lunch Menu

Hoummos – Prepared with lemon, garlic, basil and olive oil
Eggplant – Fried eggplant prepared with garlic and olive oil.

All served with homemade Mediterranean bread.

Pastries prepared with Lynda’s special crust and a blend of ground beef, potatoes, onions, garlic, parsley, salt and pepper.


Fish Soup – Mussels, clams, shrimp and scallops $9.99
Lentil Soup – Lentil beans, potatoes, carrots in a rice broth $3.50
Polenta with Broccoli -Cornmeal broccoli, with a light olive oil $6.99


Mediterranean Salad $6.99
House Salad $5.99
Chicken Caesar Salad $8.99
Grilled Vegetable Salad $9.99


Kofta Kabab – Patties of ground lamb and beef, mixed with onions, parsley and Mediterranean spices. $10.99
Grilled Chicken – Mediterranean flavors served with French fries and tossed salad $9.99
Grilled Steak – Served with tossed salad and French Fries $11.99
Choice of sweet potato or regular fries


Couscous Lamb served with mixed vegetables $17.99
Couscous Chicken served with mixed vegetables $17.99
Couscous Royal served with mixed vegetables
grilled lamb, chicken, beef and sausage $28.99

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  • Ben

    Anyone been here? Reports?

  • phillydave

    This place appears to be history already. All the menus are out of the window and all of the furniture and decorations have been removed.

  • aesiii

    and I saw a fore-rent sign in the window today. That had to be the quickest incarnation of a restaurant in history, maybe two months. If someone’s gonna do mediterranean on that street, it needs to be cheaper.