Middle Eastern food Cleveland
Cleveland, OH 44113
Pickled beets, olives, sesame seeds, flavorful olive oils — you’ll find all of these and more at Taza-A Lebanese Grill. The menu is amazing, filled with unique and distinct flavors from the Middle East. An appetizer with pomegranate sauce, feta cheese liberally sprinkled into many dishes, like the dawali or stuffed grape leaves and tender grilled lamb. Taza is an all-encompassing experience, all of your senses will be rewarded.Joe’s Deli And Restaurant
19215 Hilliard Blvd
Rocky River, OH, 44116
Joe’s Deli and Restaurant has been a staple on the west side of Cleveland for decades. Busy and bustling, they make Middle Eastern cooking more tempting than any other plate. The owners Joe and Jeannette Kanaan are experts in Lebanese cuisine and it shows — dishes like the lamb gyro, kibbee- lamb and beef, onion and pine nuts, all served with yogurt dip and pita chips or Baba Ganooj, are house specialties. Dining at Joe’s Deli and Restaurant means all the creative cooking is done for you, so enjoy!
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24930 Lorain Road
North Olmsted, OH 44070
If you’re looking for a quick, easy flavorful meal, Sittoo’s Pita and Salads is a great place to stop in. They cook it like grandma used to make it, full of herbs and spices, hearty portions and with an emphasis on the delicious meats and vegetarian options. The pita is warm and rolled, served with spicy or regular hummas or made into a dozen or more different sandwiches; the salads are outstanding; fresh lemon and herb dressings with cucumbers, lettuce and more. Sittoo’s cooking will leaving you wanting more.Aladdin’s Eatery
12447 Cedar Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
With several locations throughout the city, Aladdin’s Eatery is undeniably popular. There’s a million reasons why, and they all have to do with the food! Middle Eastern specialties like the hummus shawarma plate, hummus topped with a mixture of grilled meats, or the pita stuffed with spinach and feta than rolled and folded together or the lentils and brown rice topped with a Lebanese salata or cucumber, tomato, onions and feta salad are what keep bringing the customers lined up around the corners. Don’t be afraid to try something new at Aladdin’s Eatery, the menu has so many options it will be hard to choose anyways.
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