Middle Eastern Restaurants In Boca Raton | Where To Enjoy Middle Eastern Food
Middle Eastern food may be the best represented among the many cuisines that are showcased in Boca Raton. From the Levant to Hijaz, the deft use of exotic spices, legumes, and flatbreads mark some of the many characteristics that unite Middle Eastern cuisines. Despite these similarities, each region and nation have something unique to offer. With a robust Jewish and Middle Eastern population, the best Middle Eastern food can be found around every corner. From a quick falafel pita on the go to halloumi and hummus, here are a few from the long and growing list of the best Middle Eastern Restaurants in Boca Raton.
Mediterranean Kebob House
The Mediterranean Kebob house is a renowned favorite in the heart of Mizner Park off US1. Serving a primarily Turkish menu, their menu includes Greek favorites like gyros, Greek salads, and kofte. With a simple yet refined decor, excellent service, and sterling reviews, the Mediterranean Kebob House is a notable recommendation straight from many of Boca Raton's Turkish population.
Hannah's Kitchen is a versatile one-stop for all things the Mediterranean. With a fully handcrafted menu, all dishes are from scratch and made to order. Their menu covers all the bases from the Grecian Islands to the Persian Gulf, with a full bakery and dessert list. Perhaps best of all is the wallet-friendly prices, offering some of the most resplendent platters at under $15.
Boca Skewers doesn't beat around the bush with their name, and their food is nothing short of remarkable. The quaintly located eatery proudly showcases "Armenian Cuisine" in bold lettering above its sign. Situated directly between 2nd Street Bagels and Souvlaki Fresh, the challenge to succeed in the way they have for 15 years amidst so much quality competition is a testament to their dedication to their native cuisine and to serving our community's hungry patrons.
Al Najim Bakery & Restaurant
Al Najim rounds out a tremendous stretch of restaurant options, spanning from the southern tip of Royal Palm Plaza to Glades Rd. From end to end, family-owned boutique restaurants form a latticework with high-end fine dining to make the Mizner Park area not only one of the strongest culinary hotbeds in Florida but nationwide. Some Middle Eastern restaurants are a panoply of influences from across the region, while others are primarily representative of a single nation of cultural cuisine. Al Najim falls within the latter group, as a proud Lebanese restaurant. Though decidedly influenced by the Levantine nation, Al Najim isn't without a little modern flair, offering flavors that everyone will enjoy.
Last but not least is the only carryout only offering. Maoz Vegetarian is (somewhat) conveniently located in the food court at the Boca Raton Town Center Mall. After a short walk from parking to the food court, enjoy affordable and delicious pita pockets, hummus bowls, falafel, and even vegan rice pudding. Their fresh sides, salads, and authentic inclusions like pickled red cabbage and zhoug sauce round out a fantastic Middle Eastern dining option well worth their mention on quality alone.
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Thanks for the article. My wife is Sephardic, Syrian, and always on the lookout for traditional food.
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