Savor flavors, potato balls at Habib’s

5 Comments 24 April 2012

By Mirvat Chammout
Unis Middle School

Habib’s is a Middle Eastern restaurant in Dearborn, Mich. The doors were opened in 2009 by Chef Habib Bazzi. It is located at 14316 Michigan Ave.

Habib Bazzi

“It was my dream to have a restaurant like this,” said Habib Bazzi. “From 1995, I was dreaming to have a restaurant this good.” The cuisine at Habib’s is Middle Eastern. Some examples are potato balls, tabbouli salads, lamb chops, baba ganouj, hummus, fattoush, and many delicious entrees. “My most famous dish is the potato balls,” said Bazzi.

Many customers love the restaurant for its cuisine. “My favorite thing about this restaurant is the potato balls,” said Maysaa Ooza. “I order the potato balls because they’re the cheapest. My friends make me come to this restaurant even though it’s too expensive for me.”

Maysan Ooza

Habib’s restaurant also caters many events such as weddings and business meetings “The most expensive event that I catered was at the Civic Center and it was a business event,” said Bazzi.

Most customers like that the restaurant has fast service. “I think the best thing about the restaurant is their service, because I get my food right away and they never take long,” said Zahraa Alwaily, an eight grade student at Unis Middle School.

If you’re in Dearborn and looking for a restaurant with delicious food and fast service, Habib’s is the place to go.

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  1. Mom says:

    Yet another GREAT piece by my talented and beautiful daughter Mirvat!! Keep up the GREAT JOB!!! Love always~

  2. leann bazzi says:

    Good job, Mirvat. I really like the video :D

  3. nada says:

    That was great!!!

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