is a sunny Middle Eastern cafe and market, featuring amazing home-style falafel, hummus, shawarma, kebabs, gyros, and more. Wander the aisles while you wait for your food, and you'll find great bargains on Mediterranean specialties.
International grocery store stocking specialties from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia also boasts a lunch counter that makes a pretty mean shawarma.
This upscale Mediterranean menu carries an emphasis on seafood but also offers salads, burgers, and stone-oven-fired pizza.
Put yourself in the hands of an expert at the counter, and be guided through this menu. Composed of stews, salads, and kebabs, it is small enough that it takes only a few trips to sample its entirety. All meals come with hot tea and whatever dessert the kitchen whips up that day. These tend to be sticky and pudding-ish, but usually round out the meal in a pleasant fashion.
On the old site of Tamale House #2, this new addition to the South Austin Mexican food scene offers much of the same fare, as the new owner kept many of the ol' haunt's original recipes. Tamale Time is just around the corner, so give 'em a try!
Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin. Support the Chronicle