About Cafe Barada
2269 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
Cafe Barada serves up the finest authentic Lebanese food in Cambridge. It has become a staple of the area and of Massachusetts for over 25 years.
The cafe is owned and operated by the Salameh family, who came to Cambridge, MA from Lebanon.
“Barada” comes from their hometown, Haouch-Barada.
Cafe Barada Menu
Delight in appetizers, soups, sandwiches, entrees, daily specials, and desserts at Barada.
We love the cafe’s decadent appetizers, including tabbouleh, hoummos, baba ghannouj, grape leaves, labany (creamy yogurt cheese), falafel, olives, kibby, mudammus, and vegetables.
Treat yourself on a cold winter day to lentil soup or their soup of the day.
If you’re craving that summer salad crunch, feast on cucumber salad, Syrian salad, fattouch, or the signature Barada salad—lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, green peppers, feta cheese and olives mixed with their famous oil, lemon, garlic and mint dressing. Sandwiches and entrees include beef, chicken, falafel, vegetable, and lamb dishes.
Located on the Cambridge side of the Davis Square MBTA station, Barada is an excellent place to entertain your Lebanese taste buds.
Chomp, chew, and enjoy at one of the finest establishments in the Cambridge and Greater Boston area. Don’t say we didn’t tell you!
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