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By: Katie T.
Cafe Agora
Cafe Agora is hands down my favorite Greek restaurant. The food is amazing and the service is great. Love the local, family owned restaurant.
By: Nichole W.
Very unexpected - the exterior of the building is unassuming and honestly looks a bit run down. When you step inside, you're completely transported. It's a beautiful, dark, luxe Mediterranean restaurant with wonderful food and fun, attentive service. I didn't try the hookah, but the lounge style and private rooms make it something I would love to try.
By: Candice B.
Zoes Kitchen
I love their Mediterranean style menu. They're quick and healthy. Always a good ho to when I'm on the go!
By: Tawana C.
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.
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By: Sherri N.
Rumi's Kitchen
One of the best dining experiences I've had this year. Although nondescript from the outside, the restaurant has an absolutely beautiful ambiance. The food is even better than the environment-- the Shirin rice is to die for. Order it and thank me later.
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By: Kelly M.
Aviva By Kameel
Hard to believe last week was my first visit to this Mediterranean hot spot! Kameel was greeting guests as they arrived for the lunch hour with falafel, which is delicious! After having a small sampling, I knew that I was getting the Falafel Sandwich Kameel Style. It's served with regular falafel, hummus and baba ghanoush. I will be back for more, no doubt!
By: Allison C.
Kyma has some of the best Greek food in Atlanta. I love their outdoor patio because it's very welcoming and comfortable... just like being in Greece!
By: Jamie K.
Marrakesh Mediterranean Kitchen
The best falafel in Atlanta! They also have yummy hummus. The line can get long on the weekends like most places in PCM but it's worth the wait.
By: Milla W.
Aviva By Kameel
Aviva is one of the best restaurants in Atlanta for fresh and healthy Mediterranean food. It is located inside of Peachtree Center downtown and if you plan to visit for lunch, get there early! The line is always long! My recommendations include the falafel which is perfectly crispy on the outside but nice and soft in the middle. I also recommend the quinoa with tomatoes, squash and spinach and the roasted chicken. And for dessert you cannot leave without the baklava. It is the best Ive EVER had!
By: Abby B.
Basil's Restaurant & Tapas Bar
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.

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