PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As a restaurant that is part of the trusted Charleston Hospitality Group
, Tabbuli is one venue that values the dining experience as an opportunity for friends and family to gather over high-quality, fresh food. While eating with a group is not limited to any type of restaurant, Tabbuli strives to create a more involved experience with Tapas dining through its tapas selections on its menu. As diners continue to relish in the fun and relaxing experience of trying a wide variety of dishes and sharing them with friends, this Charleston, South Carolina restaurant continues to prove a trendy spot for both visitors and locals.
While Tapas dining is a trend catching on among many restaurants throughout the United States, Tabbuli
notes that it is a concept that some diners and venues have yet to fully grasp. The restaurant explains in a recent press statement, "Tapas, or small plate dining, is a very traditional way of sharing food, trying new flavors and creating a unique, relaxing social experience. However, it takes some strategy to create a tapas experience that can fit the tastes and hunger levels of those in groups."
A recent article
from OnMilwaukee discusses the varied approaches of this dining option that is slowly becoming more prevalent in American culture. The article explains, "Small plate / tapas dining has become increasingly popular in the past few years, but not everyone is enamored with the concept of sharing their food. Some people are downright territorial, whereas others appreciate and enjoy trying lots of different dishes in one sitting."
The article features the thoughts of many of those who have tried Tapas dining gaining mixed reviews. Some love tapas options, as it is a great way to try many selections and new foods--a perfect choice for those indecisive eaters. Others remain concerned about price and not getting enough to eat. While these issues may remain the thoughts of some diners, Tabbuli says many of the concerns attached to small plate dining are not necessarily against the tapas practice,but more about the restaurants where people choose to eat.
"The truth is, there are many different ways to experience tapas--some venues will prove overpriced, ill-prepared or not enough for large crowds. At Tabbuli we strive to give diners a wide variety of tapas selections to accommodate social groups from those on dates to those out with a large group of friends. With so much to choose from on our menu, small plate diners can always find something to satisfy everyone's taste buds; even better, our selections are affordably priced. While small plate dining will continue to prove a draw for our diners, our menu also features a wide range of single entrees for those with independent eaters," Tabbuli concludes in its press statement.
--located along the historic Market St. in Charleston, South Carolina--is a highly-rated restaurant that brings Mediterranean flair to the southern coast. Offering comprehensive brunch, lunch and dinner menus, this restaurant and hookah lounge serves as a great spot for friends to relax and enjoy conversation over a delicious meal. In addition to the wide variety of single entrees that are available, this local favorite also features a tapas-style dining options that are perfect for sharing. As an eatery that prizes the social experience of dining, this restaurant continues to prove a favorite for both family and late-night crowds visiting or living in the Charleston area.