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Mediterranean Restaurants in Austin, Under $10

5 results Mediterranean Under $10

The Flying Carpet

MediterraneanSouth Congress and South FirstUnder $10 First Plates 

Classic Moroccan street food made with quality ingredients like fresh vegetables and chemical/hormone-free eggs and meat.

504 W. Oltorf, 512/744-5651

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Noon Mediterranean

MediterraneanMidtownUnder $10

Formerly know as Verts Kebap, this Austin-based national chain offers a build-your-own experience with a variety of bases (including pita, kale, and quinoa) and proteins (including spicy lamb meatball, falafel, and halloumi), plus toppings and sauces.

2438 W. Anderson, 512/494-5874

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Noon Mediterranean

MediterraneanNorthUnder $10

Formerly know as Verts Kebap, this Austin-based national chain offers a build-your-own experience with a variety of bases (including pita, kale, and quinoa) and proteins (including spicy lamb meatball, falafel, and halloumi), plus toppings and sauces.

6301 W. Parmer Ln. Ste. 204, 512/428-5185

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Oasis Pizza

Mediterranean, PizzaNorthUnder $10

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.

14735 Bratton #105, 512/251-5777

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Sarah's Mediterranean Grill & Market

MediterraneanMidtownUnder $10

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.

5222 Burnet Rd. #500, 512/419-7605

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