￼King Tut's is a pillar of the community and has been around for over 25 years! Who doesn't love the BEST greek salad in Knoxville?
The owners Seham and Mo are challenged with the decision to install a new grease interceptor system that is $25,000 or be forced to close. They work hard everyday but simply do not have the means to install such a high cost system.
Please join me in helping keep a true Knoxville tradition operating - and not to mention the best greek food in Knoxville! Any amount no matter how big or small is greatly appreciated!
Above all go in and visit this great establishment - it's guaranteed you wont be disappointed!https://vimeo.com/31201367
A little about me:
My name is Levi Duhon and I live in Knoxville, TN. I am great friends with the owners Seham and Mo. I have frequented their restaurant week for the past many years. Seham and Mo are very grateful for the donations that have been made thus far - and they appreciate all the future donations that will come in!
As the article in the news sentinel states - ALL monies raised from this gofundme will be given directly to Seham and Mo for the specific reason of installing an S Barger, 1500 gallon system grease entrapment system. This will be installed behind the building. Carson Plumbing has been contacted for the quoting process and King Tut's intend to use Carson Plumbing for the installation of such once monies are raised.
Feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions or further clarification or to Seham and Mo at King Tut's.