Best Middle Eastern restaurants nearby. Discover the best Middle Eastern food in Thornleigh. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Middle Eastern restaurants near you. including Byblos Grill, Jaam E Jam, Sultan Turkish Pide & Kebab House, Bamiyan Afghan Cuisine, Kolachi
4 based on 19 reviews
Local family owned & served. Open Wed-Sun 11am-9pm. Might as well be in Lebanon decor. Charcoal Roasted Skewers, Eat in / take away - . Lamb . Kafta . Chicken . Falafel . Homous . Tabouli . & more [Note: listing submitted by a customer. The photo was take
Driven past many times but decided to drop in for dinner recently. No issues with service and getting a seat. Ordered the mixed plate which was nice. This can also be modified so its gluten free which is a bonus. Had the Knafeh for dessert but was a bit disappointed. I much prefer these when they are warm with more syrup. Worth trying if you like Lebanese food
4 based on 72 reviews
I canât emphasize enough how much I enjoyed my meal here. It was fabulous. A message to iranian living in Sydney: forget about all other iranian restaurants in Sydney and pay Jaam e Jam a visit!! Great staff, rice was second to none, and kebabs as delicious as the best we had in Iran! Keep up the good job!!!
4 based on 37 reviews
Visited the Sultan for dinnner on the weekend as the food is fantastic there. The Chefs special Pide consisting of chicken, mushrooms was very tasty along the the combination kebab. It's a very popular place at the time and great and reasonably priced food always on offer.
4 based on 153 reviews
I'm guessing that most people would have no idea what authentic Afghan cuisine is....myself included! With Naan breads, kebabs and spices, mutton, beef and chicken...I assumed that regional influences from the middle east and the sub-continent played heavily in their cooking styles. One of the rice dishes was very similar to biryani, the kebabs reminiscent of Lebanese styles and the spice dishes could have come from anywhere in India or Pakistan. I have no idea about authenticity but the flavours and fragrances were pleasant.
Weekends for Pakistani people sometimes means craving for desi food. Kolachi is a great new addition for people who are on the hunt for a good breakfast and brunch option in North Sydney. I strongly recommend their halwa poori platter (which comes with a dollop of creamy yogurt) with doodh patti. Great ambience and service. The establishment is cash only at the moment so be prepared.
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