This Lebanese food trailer offers kebabs, falafel, and more – don't miss their popular shawarma fries and rose lemonade.
Family-owned Indian-Pakistani restaurant in North Austin serves dishes from the grill and tandoor (beef seekh kabab, chicken boti) traditionally plated or stuffed in naan or paratha wraps.
As a bakery and deli, Peace Bakery offers meals and handmade pastries that reflect the flavors of the Middle East. Grab a wrap or a falafel plate and top it off with a baklava.
Halal wraps and plates, including beef and chicken shawarma, chicken kabab, falafel, and baba-ghanouj.
International grocery store stocking specialties from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia also boasts a lunch counter that makes a pretty mean shawarma.
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.
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