59 "Middle Eastern" Restaurants in New York.
Queen Sheeba is a Yemeni spot in Harlem with excellent lamb haneeth and babaganoush.
Sami’s Kebab House in Astoria makes lots of delicious things, but the Afghan kebabs are (unsurprisingly) the first thing you should order.
Rothschild TLV is an upscale Israeli spot on the UES with a lot of high-quality steak options.
Alenbi in Crown Heights is an Israeli spot with a great selection of pita sandwiches.
Colbeh is a kosher Persian restaurant in Midtown with two other Long Island locations in Roslyn and Great Neck.
Parchment is an Israeli delivery-only project that specializes in excellent breads, dips, and salads.
Yemen Cafe has been serving great Yemeni food on Atlantic Ave since 1986. Make sure to try the roast chicken.
Ayat in Bay Ridge serves excellent halal Palestinian food. Make sure to ask the staff about some of the specialties on the menu.
Kabul Kabab House is an Afghan restaurant in Flushing with - you guessed it - great kababs.
Shan Halal is a grocery store in College Point with its own halal butcher station in the back.
Not just any halal guys, these are The Halal Guys - a Midtown food truck institution.
Brooklyn Noosh is a casual spot in Bed-Stuy with burgers, beer, kabobs, and a big outdoor patio in their back alley.
Black Iris is a Middle Eastern spot in Fort Greene where you should go for casual weeknight dinners.
Sahadi’s is a Middle Eastern grocery store with a location in Industry. It's a great spot for lunch, and you can get some shopping done there as well.
Yafa Cafe is a Yemeni coffee shop in Sunset Park where you can hang out, get some work done, and eat a great fried chicken sandwich.