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Middle Eastern Takeout Near Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts in New York City

Mapped Restaurants New York City

Falafel Stop Falafel Stop New York City 3 Star Rating

475 Central Ave Cedarhurst
(516) 374-9589

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering takeout

Five Town Falafel Five Town Falafel New York City 3 Star Rating

12 Irving Pl Woodmere
(516) 812-7680

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering takeout

Benjy's Kosher Pizza & Falafel II Benjy's Kosher Pizza & Falafel II New York City 3 Star Rating

27111 Union Tpke New hyde park
(718) 962-2365

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering delivery and takeout.

Falafel Hut Falafel Hut New York City 3 Star Rating

213 Bellevue Ave Montclair
(973) 746-7730

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering takeout

Jerusalem Pizza Jerusalem Pizza New York City 3 Star Rating

233 Main Ave Passaic
(973) 778-0960

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering dine in , delivery and takeout.

King Shawarma King Shawarma New York City 3 Star Rating

899 Main Street Paterson
(973) 977-8811

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering dine in and takeout.

King Shawarma King Shawarma New York City 3 Star Rating

899 Main St Paterson
(973) 977-8811

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering dine in and takeout.

Jerusalem Pizza Jerusalem Pizza New York City 3 Star Rating

496 CEDAR Ln Teaneck
(201) 836-2120

New York City Middle Eastern Restaurant near lincoln center for the performing arts offering dine in , delivery and takeout.

Middle Eastern Restaurants New York City


The historically-rich Middle East boasts some of the most exotic dishes around. Although regional variations are expected, traditional fare usually makes use of different types of grain such as barley, wheat and maize; olives, butter and olive oil; sesame, dates, and honey; and beans and pulses. The average New York City Middle Eastern restaurant normally features grilled lamb and mutton, savory stews, and stuffed vegetables flavored with cumin, cardamom, turmeric, sumac, garlic, lemon juice, and even yoghurt. First-timers should try out kebabs, which are basically grilled meat and vegetables on a stick, or meat and vegetable wraps garnished with a spicy garlic sauce. Top it off with a slice of nut-encrusted filo pastry and a cup of thick Turkish coffee. Since Middle Eastern eating establishments in New York City range from fancy restaurants with an authentic ambiance to simple and inexpensive side walk stalls, you have no reason to miss out on this unique cuisine.

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