From the tabbouleh to the baklava, itâ€™s easy to map out Middle Eastern cuisine in Orange County on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make us your go-to guide for Middle Eastern meals.
Seemingly half of Little Gaza visits Kareem's three times a day, taking comfort in one of the few Orange County Middle Eastern restaurants to offer distinctive... More »
Wholesome Choice is the most diverse supermarket in Orange County-maybe Southern California-a garden of produce delights where Armenian cherry preserves, Polish... More »
Their glorious sphihas (12 different choices) are as yummy as ever-made fresh and before your eyes, put in a massive oven that turns a former disc of dough into a... More »
During Ramadan, Fatima Rahman (known to all as Auntie Fatima) lords over the best religious-minded buffet in the county at Orange County's largest... More »
Most of Al Tannou's menu is devoted to pleasing Lebanese palatesâ?"fine shish kebabs, awesome sambouseks, pita sandwiches, rice dishes, sphihas and the like. But look... More »
A gem of a Chinese place in industrial north Anaheim best known for da bing (pan-cooked sesame bread) and dao xiao mian (knife-cut... More »
This lovely space caters to a Middle Eastern crowd. With elaborate chandeliers and Romanesque columns, the Orchid has a palatial vibe. Though it's... More »
This Little Gaza dive differentiates itself from its county competition by serving meals you won't find anywhere else--Jordanian mansaf, lamb spleens, and weekly specials... More »
When you bite into the soft knafeh at Knafeh Cafe in Anaheim, you're going to see stars, unicorns and rainbows in your eyes, and you'll probably start talking to the wall, as well. This is the sweetest thing in Orange County right now, but it's not some overwrought sugar rush; it's as richly multilayered as the Hadiths. A dusting of pistachios, a spread of red sweetness, a cascade of orange...
Anaheim's Little Arabia neighborhood has a slew of hookah lounges, each favored by a certain segment of the county's vast Middle Eastern/Muslim community. But it's only at Nubia Cafe that the communities merge, where young men curse the Lakers' ineptitude this season as the game broadcasts on the flat-screen television, where entrepreneurs share business plans with associates, where elderly...
The view outside Nimroz in Lake Forest right now is out of a New England township come fall. Deciduous trees are losing their leaves; their evergreen cousins stand tall, if a bit grayer. The hills across the street, on the other side of El Toro Road, gently roll up toward the horizon, then plunge into the unknown; buildings and houses on this landscape are angular, unique, nothing at all...
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