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Middle Eastern Restaurants in Los Angeles

Posted last August 13, 2015, 8:32 pm in Food report article

The food of each region is unique as it tells a story of the past. You will find that many dishes are the same in Middle Eastern cooking, yet the recipes may taste quite different. They contain different herbs and spices, some with lamb, the other with beef, or with cheeses instead of meat. Below are Middle Eastern resto's in Los Angeles, Califonia.


Wahib's Middle East Restaurant
Carousel Restaurant - Glendale
Raffi's Place
Sunnin Lebanese Cafe
Carousel Restaurant - Hollywood
Carnival Restaurant
Pita Bar and Grill
Sahara Restaurant
Koko's Middle Eastern
Skaf's Lebanese Cuisine
Kabab Way
Skaf's
Al Wazir Chicken
Adana Restaurant
Open Sesame Mediterranean Grill
Javan Restaurant
Alborz Restaurant
Mediterranean City Grill
Pita Kitchen
Olive Branch Restaurant
Hayat's Kitchen

La Cienega Kabob House
Noah's Ark Cuisine
Almaza
Safir Mediterranean Cuisine
Sababa middle eastern food
California Kabob Kitchen
Itzik Hagadol Grill
Gaby's Mediterranean
Moishe's Restaurant
Terrace Restaurant & Lounge
Shiraz Restaurant
Cafe Dahab
Anna's Cuisine
Shekarchi Restaurant
Zahle Restaurant
Aristo Cafe
Shiraz Restaurant
Zankou Chicken
Mashawi Grill
Orchid Grill & Kabob

Tajrish restaurant
Marouch
Amer's Falafel, Glatt Kosher
Moun-Of-Tunis Restaurant
Playa's Pita
Nazelie's Lebanese Cafe
Roros Chicken
Heidar Baba
Byblos Restaurant
Shaherzad Restaurant
Sultani Restaurant
Pi On Sunset
Yekta Restaurant
Mediterranean Kitchen
Beverly Chicken
KC's Mediterranean Grill
Mediterranean Cafe
Phoenicia Restaurant
Sasoon Restaurant


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Middle Eastern food is versatile and most recipes are made with easeOne of the great aspects of Middle Eastern cooking is the ability to substitute ingredients for what is available or for personal taste. Lamb can be substituted for beef, and vice versa. Spices like cayenne and cumin can be added for a spicier dish.