Located across from UT Austin's campus, Halal Bros is a favorite for college students searching for inexpensive, halal dishes. With an expansive menu and vegetarian options, each dish is topped with white and hot sauce.
This food truck serves up shawarma, kebabs, and kofta over rice or in a wrap to the late-night Downtown crowd.
Located close to the Domain, Halal Bros brings affordable, halal dishes – think shawarma, kebabs, and kofta over rice or in a wrap – to North Austin.
Located in the Hill Country Center, Halal Bros brings wraps and rice plates to patrons. With locations all across Austin, Halal Bros is a staple of flavor for Austinites and college students.
Owned by the same family behind Mediterranean mainstay Kismet Cafe, this Mueller area restaurant offers a variety of rice plates, wraps, and salads.
South Austin food truck serves an expansive menu and offers vegetarian options, hummus entrees, falafel options, and meat options that range from gyro to lamb to beef.
Downtown food truck choices range from wraps to rice dishes to cheese fries.
Where chicken wings meet the Mediterranean. Using halal meat, meals are served with pita, garlic sauce, and sides that range from mashed potatoes to rice.
Bright, expansive murals and an evening belly dancer set the tone for modestly priced Middle Eastern fare, including spanakopita and other basics.
Turkish-born Nikki Kaya is the chef, and she is a chemical engineer in nutritional analysis by trade. The pita wraps come stuffed with lamb and beef, or chicken, and are generously filled with lettuce, tomato, sautéed onions, feta, jalapeños, and tart tatziki sauce. Pies include spinach, and grass-fed meat that uses new potatoes, and onion, wrapped in a crunchy pastry pillow. Don't miss the beet salad.
Fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant offers a build-your-own pita/bowl concept.
Start with crumbled feta, crisp radish slices, and parsley garnishing a basket of hot flat bread. Kebab plates are another option, with tender meats and lightly seared vegetables.
Rooftop lounge at the LINE hotel with a panoramic view of the Austin skyline, an extensive menu of cocktails, and Mediterranean bites.
Phara's offers several vegetarian options as well as salmon and lamb surprises. Try some postprandial shisha at the hookah bar next door.
Made with exclusively halal meats and fresh ingredients, the main dishes offered by Phoenician Resto Cafe include sandwiches and entrees. Start your meal with a hot or cold appetizer and finish it with one of the dessert options, such as baklava or rice pudding.
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