41 "Middle Eastern" Restaurants in New York.
You’re going to need an hour on the train to get to Tanoreen. But if you appreciate Middle Eastern or Mediterranean food, it’s more than worth it.
Miss Ada is a small, comfortable spot in Fort Greene with great Israeli food and an outdoor garden in the back.
Samesa is a small counter-service spot in Williamsburg that serves great Middle Eastern food.
A falafel sandwich at Taim is the best thing you can get in NYC for less than $10 and also theoretically eat daily without disastrous consequences.
We’re not exactly sure that New York City was in desperate need of an Armenian/Lebanese restaurant, but this stateside opening of Almayass, a Beirut-based establishment with locations across the Mi...
Zizi Limona is a Middle Eastern spot in Williamsburg that works for pretty much any casual dinner situation.
Nur is a Middle Eastern restaurant in Flatiron where you can eat excellent breads and creative dishes.
A laid back Lebanese eatery that gets Stang’s stamp of approval. The service is good, people are friendly, and you can eat your face off for about twenty bucks a person.
Celestine feels like a casual neighborhood restaurant, but this Mediterranean spot is on the water in Dumbo and has excellent views.
Kashkaval Garden is a neighborhood spot in Hell’s Kitchen with Mediterranean food that’s good for sharing and a nice back room for dates.
We found ourselves enjoying the food at Naya quite a bit. However, the space is about ten feet wide and looks like a high-end shower.
Lamalo is a Middle Eastern spot inside the Arlo Nomad Hotel that works for lunch or a light dinner near Penn Station.
Naya is a fast-casual Middle Eastern restaurant in Midtown East that’s really useful to know about if you work in the area.