A great place to grab a quick bite of authentic middle eastern food. Adeeb makes all his meals from scratch and the food is delicious, not to mention cheap! A falafel plate costs $4. It's more of a take out joint than sit down - not the quickest service but well worth the wait. There is also a little middle eastern market attached with all sort of odds and ends. Some mixed reviews. Summary ultra cheap, good tasting, dirty needs to be cleaned up, really friendly service, located by parcel 7 garage so if you don't work here just park and validate nearby.
This little "hole in the wall" store is located in the basement level but is a haven for incredible meat, fish and Middle Eastern foods.Very cheap fish and shrimp. They also sell chicken and beef but at pretty much the same price as whole foods. If you're a fan of Moroccan or Turkish food, this is a great place for you.
Great source of random spices, jellies, dried fruits, olives--all the ingredients you might need for a Middle Eastern meal! Great middle eastern grocery store. This place really has everything! Great source of random spices, jellies, dried fruits, olives--all the ingredients you might need for a Middle Eastern meal! Refrigerated section includes feta cheeses and hummus. Affordable for the location and friendly service. Love this place!
Lots of veggies, cookies, sweets, various brands of labne (somewhere between yogurt and cream cheese) - all in all a wonderful Middle Eastern / Armenian grocery store. It's a family establishment with a very homely feel. They have an amazing selection of prepared food and desserts, the produce is always fresh and reasonably priced, and the owners are great. The pickled vegetables are delish and fresh (try the cauliflower!) and the cheese selection has something for everyone. They also sell hookahs and imported candy bars, jams, dried fruit, and nuts among other things.
An unassuming grocery with halal meats and low prices, with the bulk of shelf space filled with middle eastern staples.So much stuff in such a little space. Tons of spices (zatar, ras el hanout), canned, pickled things, fresh yogurts and lebna and kefir etc, and of course the meat case. The bread selection varies but what he has is generally very good.
This is an excellent Middle-Eastern market and quick food restaurant. It is well stocked and the food is always fresh. This is a great middle eastern/arabic market and the prices cannot be beat. They have some great artisan cheeses and the olive bar is incredible.
The store is very clean and the people work there are really polite and friendly. They have a pretty good collection of meats to cook and some specially for BBQ, in a good quality. Other than that , I think you can find any thing you need from this middle eastern market. Very helpful and curtious. Their Halal meat and canned/jarred sundries selection is good.
The store is full of all kinds of middle eastern canned goods, jams, chocolates, dates, cheeses, breads, hookahs and some religious items as well. They have many kinds of Halal meat, delicious cakes, veggies and fruits. Visit Web Site
This place is best thought of a middle eastern grocery store / butcher with a small kitchen in the back where they have some food They have a modest grocery selection with all your middle eastern essentials, as well as many of your basic grocery needs such as breads, dairy, canned goods, frozen foods, etc.
It's a mix of a Middle Eastern market & liquor store. The selection, including some African products is pretty amazing and varied. They had all sorts of foods, spices and other selections.
Cool little food/ gourmet/ convenience store. Imported foods that are hand selected by the owner, "Mo" -- who is so friendly and will let you taste the newest finds..... sometimes brownies and other sweets.... sometimes a new middle eastern dip that is unique to his store.... just lots of stuff. Also pedestrian things like Sprite, milk, etc. They've got great foods from England, Ireland, other Middle Eastern countries, great feta cheese from France and Bulgaria, yogurt from Greece, Armenian breads ... the list goes on and on.