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Bucharest Grill serves up some of Downtown Detroit's favorite eclectic mix of foods quickly and light on the wallet. From Romanian dishes like sausages and schnitzels to Middle Eastern specialties like shawarma, hummus and eggplant dip to American favorites like various types of hot dogs and burgers, there's something for everyone. Everything is made to order in front of you so you can be sure your food is as fresh as can be.
Serving Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean dishes, Royal Kabob truly is king in Hamtramck. Sample staples like Shawarma, Hummus, Baba Ghanouj, Fattoush and Falafel. For something slightly less common, try dishes like swordfish Gallayha, fried Kibbee or the quail plate. They also offer the typical Middle-Eastern sandwich/pita options. For dessert try the Baklava.
Bakery, deli and restaurant all in one, this is a no-frills, low cost, traditional Lebanese establishment with a surprisingly large menu. Choose from baba ghanoush, stuffed grape leaves, chicken shwarma, artichoke salad, eggplant or numerous other dishes, enjoyed with fresh bread prepared on the premises. At the bakery counter you will find a wide array of both Lebanese and Western pastries as well as delicate and elaborate chocolate creations.
Enjoy delicious authentic Middle Eastern cuisine at Ollie's Lebanese Cuisine. The restaurant has sophisticated decor with chandlers and granite tables, but it has a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Ollie's Lebanese Cuisine offers a wide range of traditional Lebanese dishes, including great vegetarian options. For dessert make sure you try the baklava.
Anita's Kitchen is a Metro Detroit favorite for Middle-Eastern specialties that everyone will love. With a huge menu of items ranging from Shish Kebob to Mezze platters, gyros, salads and some special Lebanese dishes. The servings are the perfect size, a bit on the large side and make for a great value whatever time of day.
Middle-Eastern fast food has been coming out of Falafel King's kitchen for over years now. For dining in or take-out, guests can choose from dishes like stuffed grape leaves, kabobs, shawarma and of course, falafel. Portions are huge and prices are low, so everyone can afford to stuff themselves on the deliciousness offered. The small, hole-in-the-wall eatery churns out big flavors and lots of fans. There's plenty of vegetarian offerings so everyone can find something they love.