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S’mir

Type: Lebanese food to go
Neighborhood: Fraccionamiento Campestre
Telephone: 944-8158, 944-8286
Address: Calle 9 #278b entre 38 y 40
How to Get There from the Centro: Take Paseo de Montejo up to the Burger King circle and go to your left at this glorieta on to Circuito Colonias and continue to Avenida Campestre. Turn right on to Avenida Campestre at the signal. Continue north to Calle 7. Take a left turn on to Calle 7. Continue until you reach the end of the street where it will cross with Calle 40 (which is a two-way street). Make a quick right and cross over Calle 40 and then make a quick left turn onto the first street on your left which is Calle 9. S’mir is on the left. It’s a yellow building with parking in front in a carport.
Parking: Yes
Air Conditioned: Yes
Outdoors: No
Drinks: No alcohol.
Payment: Cash only
Wifi: N/A
Hours: Daily, 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
Notes: S’mir is a full-service deli stocked full of Arabe (Lebanese) freshly-made and ready-to-go food products available for take-out only. All of their products are made in-house and you can even watch the production line in action through the glass wall behind the service counter. From numerous dips, kibis, stuffed grape leaves, freshly made Arabian breads, labne, Lebanese salads and meat kebabs (alambres) to sweets like date pies, S’mir offers a broad selection of locally prepared Lebanese botanas. We can attest to the fact that S’mir food is delicious and has been for years… one of Merida’s best-kept secrets (until now, of course). The food is consistently fresh and tasty.

A few of their freshly made products that we especially love include:

  • Date pie
  • Stuffed grape leaves
  • Tabouli
  • Chicken soup (Their chicken soup with rice comes in two separate plastic containers. One has the liquid soup, the other is full of rice with chunks of chicken, pine nuts and other goodies. Heat up the liquid, pour in the rice concoction and prepare to get better, no matter what ails you!)
  • Xcatic dip (the Chipotle dip is also delicious)
  • Berenjena (Eggplant)
  • Alambre (Grilled meat Brocheta)
  • Freshly made Arabe bread (as well as chips made from the same bread)

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