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Map & Directions 3939 Hillcroft
Houston, TX 77057
  • Grocery, Middle Eastern
  • Daily 8am-9pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Catering
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available


Houston Press' Description

Abdallah's is well known for its loaves of fresh pita, but there's
more to the Gulfton-area bakery than just bread. The daily steam table sees a busy
lunch crowd and a leisurely dinner crowd who are there to enjoy
authentic Lebanese food and some of the best falafel and tabbouleh
anywhere. Many of the Middle Eastern items are also available frozen -- Abdallah's
makes all of its food from scratch, then freezes some of it for your
convenience -- to take home along with plenty of dry goods and bakery
items. One of the restaurant's wonderful shawarmas with one side will
barely set you back $6, an even better deal when you consider that
it's served all day long. And for those early risers, Abdallah's also
offers breakfast. Want some foul with your eggs? You can get it here.

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  • HaBooOooSh on 06/05/13

    This kibaa is amaxing :/ oooooh i cant stop eating

  • Brittany C. on 05/12/12

    Spicy chicken shawarma! Try it, it's delicious!

  • Puja on 07/16/11

    The Hummus is always great, but definitely try their Foul too!

  • Lama D. on 05/21/11

    Amazing Arabic food! Tastes exactly like home.. Great place & friendly ppl :) They also sell a lot of imports and they make their own Arabic breads & sweets.. Love it!

  • Allen A. on 10/29/10

    Don't go in unless you see plenty of cars outside. They have no problem microwaving your meal in front of your very eyes. Veg platter and kibbe are great. The rest, not so much.

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