From the tabbouleh to the baklava, it’s easy to map out Middle Eastern cuisine in Houston on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make us your go-to guide for Middle Eastern meals.
Punchy Middle Eastern food comes in a friendly mom-and-pop package at this tiny Galleria-area storefront. Spry standards (baba ghanoush, hummus) are augmented by unusual... More »
Despite the little old lady ambience, the enormous selection of exotic mezeler (appetizers), hearty salads and fascinating main dishes at Empire Turkish Grill... More »
This Armenian/Lebanese restaurant is a small, one-of-a-kind place run by an elderly Armenian couple. Eating here makes you feel like you're a guest in their home -- everything... More »
Cafe Mawal is so well hidden, tucked away on a side street in a former single-family dwelling, that you might never know it was there. And that's part of the charm of this... More »
Istanbul Grill is an outpost of Turkey nestled between monuments of yuppiedom in the Rice Village. Inside the tiny six-table restaurant, the TV glows with scenes... More »
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... More »
This is an elegant, comfortable place that serves wonderful Persian specialties from family recipes. A complimentary plate of vegetables and cheese along with taftoon... More »
Zabak's Mediterranean Cafe is a spotless little walk-up service restaurant with marble floors and fewer than 20 tables. If you have visitors who are craving... More »
While working through plates of light and flaky spanakopita, dense moussaka and classic Greek salad, Theo's in-your-face staff will make you feel cozy enough to sink into the comfy... More »
This Iranian kabob joint has to be one of the best deals in the city. The chengeh kabob, which includes two skewers of grilled lamb chunks served with... More »
Bombay Pizza possesses the warm glow of a beacon in the evenings, the Edison bulbs that hang in its windows illuminating one of the few downtown restaurants along Main Street that have...
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