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Keese's Simply Delicious
Posted by anonymous on 04/04/2012
I'm from canada and moved to the states. A friend referred me to this restaurant to try their shawarma. When i received my shawarma it was cut in pieces with lettuce on the side with other ingredients ... its not like canada where they put it all in on the pita.
Posted by ChicagoMom on 07/31/2011
My daughter and I ate twice here during our 4 day stay in Lauderdale by the Sea and both times had the falafel pita sandwich. We both agreed that it was the best food we had during our entire stay. Skip the over priced 'beach cafes' at the end of Commercial Blvd., Keese's wins hands down. We ate at both Aruba's and Anglin's Beach Cafe and neither could compare to the deliciousness (and value!) that we had at Keese's. Can't wait to come back and experience more of their yummy menu.
Posted by Sstan on 01/26/2011
I live very close to Keese's so we order from them a lot. I have to say, we have never had a bad meal there. The chicken shwarma is excellent. I highly recommend this place to everyone. Enjoy
Posted by Emma on 03/21/2009
We've been going to Keese's for over 4 years go, and are never dissapointed. This is always our first stop when we arrive and our last stop before going home. The menu is extensive, and the are very accomodating of requests. The location isn't eat in friendly or the best atmosphere, but the food, price and service more than make up for it. We love Keese's and look forward to our next trip, just so we can eat there!
Posted by Franz Schloss on 02/14/2008
Denise's humble yet magnificent eatery is a god-send for us Condo Dwellers on the East Side of A1A. Not only is their menu expansive (and pliable, as they'd take substitutions in most cases) but it is really inexpensive, in terms of the value of each meal. We have been either getting deliveries (fast, speedy and efficient, as they know the lay of the land like the back of their hand) but also whenever we are about to make the crossing at Commercial and A1A, we get stomach pangs telling us "Keese's, Keese's"... This place has been around for a while, and we can only hope it stays as it is today for a while longer... "Muy, Muy Rico!"