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“With the mom cooking like she is at home & the dad on the grill while the sons are washing dishes or waiting on tables, they built it from a small shop to 5 current locations all over Worcester & metro west county.”
Est. 1991 by the Sakhat family, 5 locations serve authentic fresh Lebanese cuisine. Currently 1st & 2nd generation of the Sakhat’s are running the restaurants & plan to venture out the Boston area for more locations.
The Sakhat’s are very so involved with customers employees & most important hand picked meats, seafood & vegetables to supply their restaurants.
The Sakhat immigrated from Lebanon in 1988. The patrioc of the family wanted a business to keep his family close in this land of opportunity so he decided to open up a small sandwich shop in 1991. With the mom cooking like she is at home & the dad on the grill while the sons are washing dishes or waiting on tables they built it from a small shop to 5 current locations all over Worcester & metro west county.
The challenges were lack of language & experience in a restaurant business but it took no time to get the restaurant going.
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