Nothing is more satisfying that a Mediterranean meal. Hearty, full of interesting spices and rich in history and since 1998, Paymon’s has brought this rich history to lucky Las Vegas locals.
Wanting to feast on the whole menu, I dutifully stopped myself and ordered the Combination Platter (which consisted of Dolmas (stuffed grape leaves), Hummus, Tabouli, Falafel, Bourrani, and Baba Ganoush). It was mouthwatering deliciousness. My friends ordered the (in order) the Greek Salad, the Turkey Pita, Broiled Steak Kabobs and the Gyro Salad. No one talked and everyone had smiles on their faces. Two signs of very good food. Some even made “yummy” noises (which I find embarrassing, but occasionally let out if something is particularly good). We were all too full for dessert, but they all sounded magnificent. Paymon’s even has a Hookah Lounge (featured on “The Food Network”) with a Happy Hour (1/2 price Drinks Daily from 5pm-7pm). I’ve never smoked a Hookah, but I’ll try anything once…Don’t quote me on that, it’ll come back to haunt me.
Paymon’s has two locations: 4147 S. Maryland Parkway (between Flamingo and Eastern) and 8380 W. Sahara Avenue (between South Durango and South Buffalo). Menu prices range between $7.50 and $18.95 and Paymons also has a full bar.Tags: Ethnic Food Las Vegas, Good Eats Las Vegas, Greek Food Las Vegas, Mediterranean Food Las Vegas, Paymon's Mediterranean Cafe Las Vegas, Restaurant Reviews Las Vegas