15 "Middle Eastern" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Sansom Kebab House is an Afghan restaurant on South Street that has great ashak dumplings.
Messina Club is a members-only restaurant with the best pierogies in the city.
K’Far is an all-day Israeli cafe from the people who run Zahav, and while it’s better known for breakfast, it also serves an excellent dinner.
Kamal’s in Reading Terminal Market has great falafel sandwiches and smoothies.
Hadramout is a small Yemeni restaurant near Penn that’s good for a quick lunch or group dinner.
Manakeesh is a Lebanese bakery in West Philly that’s good for a quick coffee or a flatbread with some friends.
Goldie is a fast casual falafel shop in Rittenhouse that’s good for a healthy lunch or casual dinner.
Spice Finch is a Mediterranean spot in Rittenhouse that’s great for everything from a client dinner to drinks at the bar.
Head to Marrakesh is a cash-only Moroccan spot in Society Hill with belly dancers and tables you recline at.
Manakeesh in West Philly makes super affordable Lebanese food that’s some of the best in the city.
Irwin’s is an indoor/outdoor bar in the Bok Building in South Philly that serves Mediterranean food along with solid cocktails.