By Carl Wilson | Greensboro News & Record
GREENSBORO – Ghassan’s Restaurant is rolling out a food truck this summer.
The truck will be called Ghassan’s On the Go – Mobile Mediterranean Eats.
The truck will offer some of Ghassan’s menu items such as their steak and cheese, chicken pitas, falafel, hummus pita, gyro, tabouli, fries and Lebanese salad.
Price points will range from $7 to $9 for sandwiches and $2 to $3 for sides.
“The food truck will be a fun way for us to introduce new foods to our menu as a test market,” says Lina Fleihan Urmos who manages Ghassan’s catering and marketing.
“We will have vegetarian and gluten-free options to cater to those needs as well.”
His ancestors are the ancient Phoenicians, well-known as great traders of the sea, always sailing toward the unknown.
Ghassan’s has been serving Mediterranean-style food since Khaled and May Fleihan opened the first restaurant on High Point Road in 1975.
Son Ziad Fleihan joined the business in 2002 and daughter Lina Fleihan Urmos started a catering division in 2008.
There are now four locations of Ghassan’s in Greensboro.
Ghassan’s offers steak and cheese subs, kabobs, salads, homemade hummus, tabouli and other Middle Eastern-style food.
The truck is expected to launch in August. Follow it on Ghassan’s Facebook page.