That is how we ended up at True Mediterranean Kitchen in Corona. While the menu has lots of meat-based dishes, there were plenty of veg options from which to choose -- like hummus, falafel pita wraps, sweet potato fries and a veggie plate.
My goal was to fill up really well, since we were on our way to visit family and were pretty sure dinner would consist of grilled steaks and other non-veg dishes, so I went for the veggie burger and fries, which was one of the specials that day.
I also ordered some veggie kebbe to go (pictured below) so that I would have something to eat when we all sat down at the dinner table later. I'd never had kebbe, so I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was really good. In fact, V's uncle (an omnivore) even tried it, and came back for a second and third bite!
V loved her non-veg meal, and I seriously wanted to scarf down another one of those awesome veggie burgers on the spot! The next time we are in the area, we will definitely be going back.
If you find yourself in the Corona area, True Mediterranean Kitchen is located at 469 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 105. For more information on the restaurant or their catering services, you can also check out their website at www.TrueMediterraneanKitchen.com.