The Kasbah Mediterranean Qsine is a local restaurant featuring homemade farm to table Mediterranean delights from Greece, Lebanon, Armenia, Italy and France. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily along with Chef’s daily creations. All the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus feature several items that will cater to everyone as well as those who enjoy a more spicy choice such as Armenian sausage, Souvlaki, Shawarma, and Pasta. All menus also have many vegans, vegetarian and gluten-free options. The Kasbah has an extensive wine list featuring many local wines as well as wines from Greece and Italy, specialty cocktails such as the famous Santorini, Bellinis, Margaritas, Daiquiris, and domestic and imported beers (both bottled and draft). The restaurant is 6,000 square feet which feature a 30 seat private party room, a 100 seat dining room, and a 60 seat bar & lounge along with a 40 seat patio. Come join us for an incredible evening with amazing food and service, fabulous wine and the music of the Mediterranean.
We Cater • Fully Licenced (LLBO) • Seats 175 • Beautiful Patio • Events & Functions
After being in the in the restaurant industry for over 25 years, it was time for Niagara Falls to sample the incredible cuisine of Vaughan Bulganian at The Kasbah Mediterranean Qsine, located at 6130 Dunn Street, Niagara Falls. Vaughan was born in historical Armenia and grew up in a monastery in Jerusalem where he learned the true art of cooking Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food, and to this day, does not waver from it. He believes that if you are going to say it is Middle Eastern or Mediterranean and serve it to your customers; you better make sure it is only made the authentic way. Nothing else will do!
In 1987, Vaughan immigrated to Canada and from 1987 to 2000, worked at three restaurants called Ida’s Falafels in Montreal, the Double V. Middle Eastern Kitchen, and the Sunset Restaurant. In 2000, Vaughan branched out on his own and opened up a restaurant called Vaughan’s International Cuisine on St. Paul St. in St. Catharines, which operated until 2013. The silent owner, having tried his amazing authentic food from his previous restaurant, Vaughan’s International Cuisine, felt it was time for his return. She along with the many of her customers miss the true taste of the Middle East and the Mediterranean and what better place for them to return than in the heart of Niagara Falls at the location of the old Love Boat II.