From the tabbouleh to the baklava, it’s easy to map out Middle Eastern cuisine in Phoenix on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make us your go-to guide for Middle Eastern meals.
Small Middle Eastern grocery and restaurant that serves terrific lamb kebabs, kibbe, and baba ghanouj, as well as baked treats like baklava and crisp... More »
Ever wonder what folks eat in Uzbekistan? Well, then, Samarkand is your place. Run by two Uzbek expats, Samarkand serves killer kebabs, everything from lamb chops and... More »
This independent business, owned by the three San brothers, serves up luscious Turkish food at prices that let ASU work-study students feast like spoiled... More »
Pronounce it "fah-toosh," not "fat tush." Not only is that the correct pronunciation, but it's also unlikely you'll get too fat feasting on this restaurant's Middle... More »
Where has your thinly sliced lamb served with tomato, onion and special sauce on warm pita bread gone? Right here. A casual place to find spanakopita, saganaki or souvlaki... More »
This tiny restaurant is basically a sectioned-off corner of Baiz Market, a Middle Eastern grocery store tucked away on a residential stretch of 20th... More »
Located near the ASU campus, this hookah bar and cafe attracts budget-challenged students. Choose from a wide range of tobacco flavors such as mango, strawberry, jasmine or... More »
If Eve had made Adam rice like this, he might have kept his ass parked in the Garden! The rice at Eden's Grill in Phoenix is aromatic and flavorful, boasting eight different... More »
Elegant Persian cafe serving authentic Persian food. Fragrant, heaping platters of chelo kabob koobideh and joojeh kabob will help restore warm American-Iranian relations. The... More »
Elie's Deli is a small restaurant serving American and Mediterranean food that's gotten high praise across the Valley. Whether you're in the mood for falafel, a gyro, or a... More »
Khyber Halal Restaurant is a culinary crossroads of sorts — a blending of foods from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India, where each nation's cuisine is as diverse as the restaurant's staff of family members. Here, flavorful bowls of rusty red chicken tikka masala and plates of rich goat biryani sit alongside such Afghani specialties as yogurt-topped eggplant and giant...
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When I heard that Kathleen Vanesian was reviewing "Stare," an exhibition of artist Chris Rush's work currently up at Mesa Contemporary Arts, I was eager to see what the fuss is about. I'll leave the art criticism to her, but I will say that Rush's...
We were looking for a place 1/2 way between Queen Creek and Central Phoenix to meet up with family for brunch. My wife if gluten free and we didn't want too feel like the odd person out. So with her research, she found they had a #gfree menu complete with gluten free bread! Perfect!
We sat down and it was a nice quit place. Half the table was a couch,...
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Some of the best tzatziki sauce I've found here in Phoenix. Great lamb kabobs, too. Make sure to take home some hummus and pita for munching later!Read Full Review
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