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Arabic Restaurants in Atlanta, GA
1.Nicola's Lebanese Restaurant
1602 Lavista Rd NE5.45 mi Atlanta, GA$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsCaterersMediterranean RestaurantsRestaurants
went there on Sunday with my wife and my 2 year old kid, we had so much fun, the owner is so friendly , he created a very fun atmosphere, we danced, laughed, and enjoyed our time. the lamb shank was great, Taboli was wonderful , Baba Ghanouge was one of the best I have had in so long ( more Garlic than the ones I tried before but that what made it so good), didn't like the Homus so much , but everything else was great. will go back for sure
1405 Oxford Rd NE4.43 mi Atlanta, GA$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsMediterranean RestaurantsRestaurants
This place is AMAZING. Yes I too was skeptical of the small hut looking building with falafel and sushi signs. But I am a falafel/shweerma feign. I have experienced some of the best Shweerma, falafel and gibna in Cairo and this is truly the best in the States (that i know of yet). Yes, even better than Mediterranean Grill. The two managers are so incrediblely generous. They are willing to make your order just the way you like. You can also call your order in. It is so popular that around the 12pm and 6pm hour the line is out the door. It is inexpensive, good for a student budget. The space inside is very tight, perhaps with all the business that have, they'll be looking to expand soon?! \r \r They also have curry chicken which is really good. I come from good home cooked Middle Eastern and Caribbean meals. So give it a try. You'll love it!!! I'm addicted.
2285 Peachtree Rd NE Ste 1024.65 mi Atlanta, GA$$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsCaterersChinese RestaurantsAsian Restaurants
On February 11, 2012 my fiance and I went to the Imperial Fez for a wonderful dining experience. The decorations were unique, making you feel like we were in Morocco, soft musique was playing. We were served a 5 course dinner which was absolutely outstanding, the Cornish hen is one of the best dishes I have ever had! Eating with our fingers made it even more exotic (forks were also provided). The service was very attentive and courteous, the servers kneeling in front of the table each time.\r \r Then the bellydancers came out, and it was a real treat to watch them dance to the wonderfully engaging moroccan music! I was enthralled I must say and wished they could have danced nonstop!\r \r The whole evening made us decide that we have to plan a trip to Morocco one day! \r
3125 Piedmont Rd NE6.51 mi Atlanta, GA$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsMediterranean RestaurantsBarsBar & Grills
My new fave. Met with some friends for dinner and drinks and boy was I surprised, I've driven by this place many times but when I say first class service ���� we started with the hummus and I had the steak kabobs ���� all of it was delicious our sever was prompt and stayed on top of keeping our table happy. Alfredo ( manager I believe) was beyond helpful as well. I will be back.
5.Basil's Restaurant & Tapas Bar
2985 Grandview Ave NE6.05 mi Atlanta, GA$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsMediterranean RestaurantsBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsGreek Restaurants
I eat a lot of Mediterranean food; it's my favorite cuisine. No doubt Basil's is the best Mediterranean restaurant in the city! My first visit, I ordered the smoked salmon flatbread, and it was delicious! The salmon was moist, the sauce was just right, and the flatbread was light and crunchy. My first visit was so marvelous I decided to pay a visit the next day. During my latest visit, I ordered the Mediterranean Platter. It carries the pita bread, hummus, tabbouleh, marinated chicken, falafel, and jasmine rice. It was so yummy I ate as I drove. I talked my boyfriend into joining me days later; he wasn't impressed and as empty as it was the staff was slow, the place was unorganized. I'll continue explore the menu but certainly during lunchtime when the staff's slightly more attentive and not panicky.
99 Krog St NE1.44 mi Atlanta, GA$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsSandwich ShopsRestaurants
Excellent, authentic Mediterranean and Israeli food. They have a lot of options and combos - if you aren't familiar with this style of food, a few of the menu items are hard to navigate (I didn't know what many of them were!). Super tasty and fresh.
4757 13th St NE, Atlanta GA, 303092.53 mi Atlanta, GA$$ Middle Eastern RestaurantsBarsTavernsRestaurants
it looks like it's a house rather than club!! not at all recommended!!
Seems like we hit a network glitch.