Middle Eastern San Antonio

Moroccan Bites Cuisine-San Antonio Restaurants

Moroccan Bites Cuisine-San Antonio Restaurants

My wife and I had heard of this place and gave it a try on Friday evening around 9:00 – they’re open until 11:00, no problem getting seated but it was about a third occupancy. It was easy to find on Wurzbach Rd. & Evers… ||| Tremendously disappointing experience for first-time customers! Not told about extra cost for bread…did not prepare dish as requested with white meat chicken…Waitress left restaurant never checking to see if our food was satisfactory! Our food was served by someone else who never bothered to come…

Dimassi’s Mediterranean Buffet-San Antonio Restaurants

Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet-San Antonio Restaurants

This is a very spacious restaurant, kid and adult friendly. The buffet was fresh and looked yummy! Baba ganoush, tabouli, shredded meat (a little spicy), kofta, lentil soups (not very salty – perfect), spinach in garlic sauce, fish and much more. Fresh pita bread, and… ||| We were in Medical Drive on work and were looking for Mediterranean cuisine and ended up being here, this was just about 5 minutes drive. The place was clean and well kept, we were here for the dinner. I liked the Hummus and falafel, the…

Turquoise Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Turquoise Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Reasonably nice atmosphere with a few Turkish decorations. We love the meze platter with 7 or 8 different items to try. All nicely done, but the local parsley can never match those in Turkey, so it is not its fault. Chicken dishes were tasty and… ||| There’s a lot to like about this restaurant, even if it isn’t easy to find. It’s on the Loop 410 access road, eastbound, between Babcock and Fredericksburg roads, in a rather beat-up looking strip center. But don’t let that stop you. The restaurant is clean…

Shisha Cafe-San Antonio Restaurants

Shisha Cafe-San Antonio Restaurants

As for the subject line. When you arrive at the cafe there is the Shisha Cafe and one with a slightly different name next door. They are both the same/same menu. The left side is way casual and has the hooka bar going on, the… ||| I was a little confused when I pulled up and saw a sign for Shisha Cafe and Kababchi Grill connected to each other. The waitress told me that Shisha was more for those that enjoy hooka and Kababchi Grill is more for just eating. Got…

Pasha Mediterranean Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Pasha Mediterranean Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Our experience was phenomenal!!! We were greeted very warmly and our waiter was very kind, professional and happy to be of service.Before we placed our order, a giant naan bread with a generous dip made of quality extra virgin olive oil, feta cheese and… ||| Weƒ??ve been coming to Pashas on wurzbach since they opened! Itƒ??s just gotten better and better! The plates are generous, service is friendly fast and professional, the place is clean and spacious. If youƒ??re a local you definitely should make this your spot at least…

Tripoli’s Mediterranean Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Tripoli's Mediterranean Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Went once and service was quick, food was excellent. Returned again a week later. Service was HORRIBLE, my order was wrong and they still charged me full price even though I was unable to eat it. I did not have time to have it corrected… ||| Went during work lunch hour. We were seated immediately and our drink and appetizer order was taken within a minute of being seated. Server was attentive. Appetizer arrived quickly. Our entree was served just as we finished our appetizer. Everything was wonderful, especially enjoyed the…

Naara Cafe-San Antonio Restaurants

We ordered a speciality hookah and it was great. Mint. Blueberry and fruit punch. The cold are natural so it gives a hookah a better flavor. Also got the mint tea and it tasted like heaven with the sugar cubes. Great place to relax. Service… ||| With the exception of the glass cups which we had to replace twice during our visit, this place has a great variety of teas. It’s a nice place to have a cup of tea with a friend and maybe some of the little desserts. Sit…

Moshes Golden Falafel-San Antonio Restaurants

Moshes Golden Falafel-San Antonio Restaurants

A friend who had been to Israel recommended this restaurant as the real deal in Mediterranean food. We really enjoyed everything. We each got a plate. My son had schwarma and hummus, eggplant, and other middle eastern spreads. My husband and I had the spicy… ||| This is an interesting restaurant for foodies with a car to try. The concept is simple, one plate, three falafels, and a wide range of Mediterranean/Arabic sides. A side of lamb is an extra $, and water is 2$ (no comment on this practice). It…

Casa Del Kabob-San Antonio Restaurants

Casa Del Kabob-San Antonio Restaurants

A coworker and I are in town on business and have been back here 3 times. The lamb kabob and lamb gyro plates are hands down some of the best Iƒ??ve ever had while traveling around the world. The prices are just right as well…. ||| Was craving Greek. Went to my favorite- Demo’s but they were having kitchen issues. So I decided to give this place a try. The outside looks ugly and run down. So don’t go by the looks!! The food was very good. Cooked fresh to order…

Jerusalem Grill Restaurant-San Antonio Restaurants

Jerusalem Grill Restaurant-San Antonio Restaurants

We cruised in from the hill country looking for a place eat. We decided to try something new. Jerusalem Grill was our choice. The food was great! The service was excellent. All the wait staff and hosts were inviting and eager to please.Our bill… ||| I’m a vegetarian in Texas… specifically in San Antonio. Not easy. The Jerusalem Grill #2 was a happy serendipity. I was in the Medical area and hungry. I saw the sign and thought, “Well, they’ll have hummus.” What a great surprise. The Tabouleh Salad is…