From now until 3 p.m., Naf Naf Grill, the new Middle Eastern fast-casual restaurant in the King of Prussia Town Center, is giving away free pita sandwiches in anticipation of its Wednesday, September 7 opening. Then, sometime in October, a second Naf Naf will open up shop at 1919 Market Street.
Naf Naf Grill was first conceived in the suburbs of Chicago, where Sahar Sander, Elan Burger, David Sloan and Justin Halpenny converted an old Taco Bell into a Chipotle-style shawarma, falafel and pita stop. After some private equity investment, they expanded to 20 other locations — King of Prussia's is number 21, Market Street's is 22.
Order like this:
Choose a pita sandwich or bowl of basmati rice, romaine lettuce or hummus. Add chicken shawarma, steak shawarma or falafel, then your choie of purple cabbage salad, sumac onions and pickles, and then sauce it up with garlic sauce, tahini, or s'khug, a Middle Eastern hot sauce. Naf fries, lentil soup, and basmati rice are the available sides.
Today, they're giving away a sandwich, fries and a drink, to anyone that shows, and when it opens officially tomorrow, the menu's right here for your perusal.
In early 2017, Malvern, PA will land a Naf Naf at Route 29 and Atwater Drive, and over in New Jersey, Mount Laurel gets one too at 7000 Midatlantic Drive.