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Best Middle Eastern in Seattle

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Chef and owner George brings traditional Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern flavors to the Greenwood area with Gorgeous George's Mediterranean Kitchen. The vibrant yet unpretentious decor, friendly service and the mouth-watering delicacies make this restaurant an idyllic venue for casual lunches or a friendly night-out. The menu explores the usual standbys along with some of chef's unique creations, favorites being the falafel platter, ameer's lamb steak, shsih tawook and spring lamb ribs. Efficient catering and take-out services are also offered; walk-ins are welcomed.

If you're looking for authentic Lebanese food then you must definitely stop by Cafe Munir. Located in the vibrant Ballard district, this little eatery offers a distinct menu featuring traditional favorites like Shish Taouk, Man'ooshe and Hummos bi Tabineh; each prepared using the season's freshest ingredients and artisan meats. Besides the food, they also have a vast selection of whiskeys. Atmosphere is homely and comfortable, service is professional. Ambiance befits every setting whether casual or otherwise. Walk-ins are welcomed.

We have all heard of Shawarma King. No? Think again. Remember Robert Downy Jr. at the end of Avengers heads over to the local shawarma joint? Yes, that is the Shawarma King in Seattle. Enjoy lip smacking kebabs, falafel, gyros and of course, shawarma at this legendary local joint to enjoy the authentic taste of this dish. With home-made sauces and the bets middle eastern food in Seattle ever, this place is mostly packed to capacity during weekends.

Mamnoon is an upscale Middle-Eastern eatery tucked in the Capitol Hill area between Pike Street and Minor Avenue. The ambiance is chic and the menu brings together Lebanese, Persian and Iranian flavors with stand-outs being the Man'oushe Za'tar, Shish Taouk, Kefta Arayess, Bamyeh Bi Zeit and Falafel. The drinks line-up is equally impressive with robust wines and handcrafted cocktails. Service and quality sustain a high level; and the ambiance befits special occasions. Reservations are preferred.

The best falafel in Seattle can't be found at an upscale Middle-Eastern restaurant but at this modest food truck parked in the Georgetown neighborhood, between Homer and Doris. The bright yellow food truck opens its serving counter every morning, serving out hot and delicious falafels, shawarma and double dropped fries. A common lunch spot, there is usually a line of office-goers, locals and even visitors passing by. The creators describe the food as Russo-Turkic but you will be left wondering which is that secret spice or sauce that makes their falafel so good!

Outstanding food, casual atmosphere and friendly service make Mawadda Café a neighborhood favorite in Rainier Beach. Whether you are stopping by for a bite or a family lunch, you will find a lot of options on the menu. falafels, gyros and the lamb shawarma are hearty and filling sandwiches; while the spanakopita and Greek fries, kufta-tahini and meso kabob are good choices for a full-meal. Pair the food with chai- a traditional hot beverage from Africa and don't forget to order the baklava. Take-out is also offered.

Tuck into fried falafels served with tangy hummus at this casual Middle-Eastern restaurant. Open late, it is a much loved spot for locals who like to grab a bite of this delicacy and satiate their hunger. The staff here is very friendly, putting the guests at ease and making them feel at home. The interior is spacious and good for hanging out with friends. Try the food here and one is guaranteed to return more, as no one whips up Middle-Eastern delights like the way Aladdin Falafel Corner does! The prices are reasonable too.

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