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Middle Eastern Restaurants in Sydney

 Try something from the grill at Middle Eastern restaurants in Sydney

With historic ties to farming and agriculture, the cuisine of the Middle East is known for its fondness for tasty grilled meat. If you're a fan of classic charcoal grilled meat dishes, head down to Teta’s (meaning grandma’s) on Babbage Road, where barbecued classic meat dishes like kafte (minced beef and lamb skewers with onion, spices and parsley) and laham meshwi (skewers of lamb backstrap skewers cooked on pickled hummus, vegetables and pickles) grace the menus.

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Teta's

Roseville Chase
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.3/6205

Nara Lounge

Hurstville
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.5/631

Baba Ghanouj

Dural
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.9/6114
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Zahli

Surry Hills
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.5/647

Atlantis on the Bay

Brighton-Le-Sands
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.2/633

Shenkin Kitchen

Enmore
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.4/617

Anater Lebanese Restaurant

Bexley
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.4/610

Pita Mix

Rose Bay
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.0/66

Na'a Na'a

Randwick
Middle Eastern$$$$
6.0/61

Embers Mezze Bar

Darlinghurst
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.9/69

Shenkin Balmain

Balmain
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.0/62
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Laffa Bar

Bondi
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.0/61

Cafe Shenkin

Erskineville
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.8/64

SaltVine

Surry Hills
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.3/66
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COYA

Cromer
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.0/62

Britto's Cafe and Restaurant

Fairfield
Middle Eastern$$$$

Kazbah – Balmain

Balmain
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.5/6154

Kazbah - Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.8/6102

Kazbah - Miranda

Miranda
Middle Eastern$$$$
4.9/678

Zaitoune Mezza & Grill

Putney
Middle Eastern
5.3/623
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    Go vegetarian at Sydney's Middle Eastern restaurants

    While grilled meats may be popular in the Middle East, the region is also known for bringing top meat free dishes to the world, such as falafel and hummus. There's a high number of vegetables and spices used in Middle Eastern cooking, as well as legumes like lentils and beans - all of which are ingredients for delicious vegetarian meals. When it comes to Sydney's Middle Eastern restaurants, Kazbah on Darling Street is popular among local veggies for its chickpea fritters served with zucchini, crème fraîche and baby roast tomatoes, while other meat free dishes such as Jordanian batengan (fried eggplant with a garlic, paprika and yoghurt sauce) and tabbouleh (tomato and parsley bulgur wheat) can be found at Teta’s too.
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    Don't forget dessert at Middle Eastern restaurants in Sydney

    With a heavy reliance on tasty ingredients such as nuts and syrups, the Middle East has produced some of the world's best sweet treats. Dessert is definitely on the menu at Middle Eastern restaurants in Sydney, too: Zahli on Elizabeth Street in the suburb of Surry Hills is a particular favourite for those who like a bit of after-dinner sweetness, offering classics like chilled rose water rice pudding made with pistachios and milk and baklava (a syrupy filo pastry made with cashew nuts). And in a nod to the French influence on the Middle East over the centuries, you can also order petit four (mixed shortbread biscuits) if you'd like something a little lighter for dessert.
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    Book ahead at Sydney's Middle Eastern restaurants

    Sydney's Middle Eastern restaurants are pretty popular, and they do fill up and get busy. That's why it's a good idea to always reserve a table in advance – if you already know where you'd like to eat – to avoid disappointment. And with Quandoo, you can just scroll through our list of Sydney's best Middle Eastern restaurants, find one you like the look of and book online in seconds. It's easier than ever!