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Treat your taste bud to a Middle-Eastern feast as you dine at Restaurant Nilufar. This restaurant is known for serving scrumptious Lebanese delicacies and is popular for serving some of the best Falafels in town. A hidden gem, this restaurant is housed at rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest and offers a variety of vegan and halal dishes on their menu. The small restaurant is known for its prompt services and is a great spot for a quick bite on a busy day.
With the feel of a Mediterranean country kitchen and atmosphere that is homey and friendly, Byblos Le Petit Café is the place to go for inexpensive, home-style Iranian meals. Seating is comfortable and casual, so do not be surprised if you are invited to linger with the owner and his relatives.
Damas is an upscale restaurant known for its delicious hot and cold mezze platters and other traditional Middle-Eastern delicacies. The cuisine here is a reflection of the culture of Damascus which is said to be one of the oldest cities in the world. The decor also reflects a certain Arabian charm with traditional glass lanterns dangling from the ceiling, which has Arabic script drawn on it, and a rich Oriental carpet.
Le Petit Alep Bistro serves authentic Middle Eastern food with major focus on dishes from Armenia and Syria. Their menu is quite impressive and well laid out, thus offering patrons a plethora of choices. The hummus and garlic labneh are must try from their Mazzas section. Salads served here are also quite popular as they are made with creativity. Try the ground beef and tomatoes laden pita called Marina or have a Falafel for your main course. Sausage plates are also available for those with an ardent appetite. Leave some room for desserts because the selection at Le Petit Alep is quite decadent.