From the tabbouleh to the baklava, itās easy to map out Middle Eastern cuisine in Denver / Boulder on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make us your go-to guide for Middle Eastern meals.
Queen of Sheba is located in an unassuming strip mall, and the modest interior -- decorated with tapestries, carvings and maps of Ethiopia... More »
Come for the bastilla, stay for the tea, and what you find in between depends on how adventurous you're feeling. Paprika covers all the bases of Middle Eastern... More »
This DU hangout with its ramshackle patio doesn't look like much, but it's one of Denver's most beloved restaurants. And what's not to love? Jerusalem serves... More »
Ali Baba is a Lebanese restaurant, a Persian restaurant, a Mediterranean restaurant with hints of Syrian and Saudi Arabian modernity and haute cuisine. Itā??s also a... More »
The Marrakech Grill does a lovely job with its food -- Lebanese and Persian cuisine served in pita sandwich, buffet and entree form, authentically prepared and with... More »
Shish Kabob Grill, a modest spot that Mariam Ali opened almost a decade ago with her husband and three sons, is across the street from the State Capitol -- and a... More »
House of Kabob is a diminutive Persian restaurant located in a South Colorado Boulevard strip mall and surrounded by other Middle Eastern restaurants and... More »
Before she opened Makan Malaysian Cafe in the summer of 2012, Karen Wee Lin Tan Beckman, a native of Malaysia, gained many fans at the Old South Pearl Street... More »
In early 2013, the Udiā??s empire unveiled a lovely new Udi's Pizza Cafe Bar in the former Encore space in the Lowenstein Cultureplex on East Colfax. The... More »
It's obvious from the outside that Ya Hala is not going to be a white-tablecloth kind of place. But that's okay, because what's on offer here is the honest... More »
It doesn't matter whether you brine and cook the bird yourself, pick one up from Whole Foods or hand a bottle of bubbly to the friend who invited you over for the feast. Regardless of who does the holiday cooking, chances are good that before your alarm rings on Monday, you'll have seen enough turkey, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce to lull your tastebuds into a permanent tryptophan...
Even if you're too busy to read books, there's a good chance you've dog-eared the pages of Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, or at least chatted with someone who has. Malcolm Gladwell's book spent an incredible 193 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, and its premise — that snap decisions often can (and should) be trusted — bubbled over into the...
Elissa and I studied the front of our menus for a moment, then looked up at the same time.
"Uh, FEED each other?" she giggled. According to the history of Ethiopian food printed there, the proper way to enjoy a feast in that country is by linking arms and lovingly placing bites of food in each other's mouths.
I had a feeling we'd be skipping that tradition. Elissa and I are...
Prepare to be transported to Morocco. Amazing food, great atmosphere. Love this place! Check out there specials in the evening after 7pm weekdays and 9pm weekends.Read Full Review
Awesome and cheap eatsRead Full Review
Great food and an awesome place to take family or friends for a good time.Read Full Review
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