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An appetizing selection of Mediterranean options like hummus, falafel and more.
The menu hits a variety of spots in this small eatery. It offers Greek gyros, falafels and even American burgers. Try the rghaif.
Love hummus? Tabouleh? Falafel? Cedar Land has all of that and more. The restaurant offers delicious sandwiches, kabobs and other Mediterranean delights. It also has an international grocery store and butcher shop.
A wonderfully authentic Middle Eastern bakery. Choose anything from naan to fatayer to baklawa.
A must for hummus fans. Jasmine Grill creates delicious Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food for inexpensive prices.
This Middle Eastern restaurant offers well-crafted dishes like beef gyros, leg of lamb, chickpea falafel sandwiches, hummus, kabobs, kufta and plenty of other eats with origins from Egypt to Syria.
Freshness is key to the menu items at Kabab-Je. Not surprisingly, the menu at Kabab-Je offers dozens of these small plates, including an ever-so-smooth hummus, smoky eggplant moutabel, ful moudamas (here not strictly fava beans, but mixed with chickpeas), house-made spicy soujok sausages, salads and stuffed grape leaves in olive oil. Among Kabab-Je's best are the gorgeous, succulent offerings from the charcoal grill: lamb kebabs, kafta skewers and boneless chicken with garlic sauce.
Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine featuring falafel, hummus, baba ghanouj, baklava and kebabs. Belly dancing on Friday nights.
Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine featuring falafel, hummus, baba ghanouj, baklava and kebabs. Belly dancing on Friday nights.
An array of Persian delights: tender charbroiled kabobs, polo and khoresht dishes, all reasonably priced. Building is not much to look at from the outside, but the interior is welcoming.
Similar to sandwich shops throughout the Middle East: the grill line on one side, a display case packed with salads, dips, pastries and desserts, and a cluster of tables. Try the excellent kibbeh.
Small spot for Greek street food, especially the pork gyros.
Last November, Effat and Saffy Effat opened Mena's Grill, a takeout-only, bare bones outpost of some Egyptian foods. You can find Egyptian falafels here. If you miss — or want to try — other Egyptian treats, Saffy will make those as a special order.
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