Discover Restaurants offering the best Middle Eastern food in Totowa, New Jersey, United States. Totowa (pronounced "TO-tuh-wuh" /ˈtoʊtəwə/) is a borough in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 10,844, reflecting an increase of 912 (+9.2%) from the 9,892 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 285 (-2.8%) from the 10,177 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 36 reviews
Took my kids to eat Middle Eastern Food for the first time and they loved it. My daughter usually sticks to beef so she had the beef shishkobob entre, my son and I had the lamb shishkobob. Meet was so tender, tasty and just the right size portion. My daughter tried the lamb and said next time she will order that. The hummus was excellent. My son grabbed a menu and said we will definitely be returning.
4 based on 86 reviews
Toros Turkish Restaurant in Clifton is the original of this four location restaurant and our favorite. Authentic Turkish menu with all types of lamb, chicken, beef, seafood items. Full bar and valet parking on weekends make this a pleasurable go to place. Wonderful, friendly staff.
4 based on 21 reviews
A cozy BYOB venue offering traditional Mediterranean cuisine, signature desserts & Turkish coffee in rustic surrounds. Cappadocia is a restaurant for food loving diners looking for unique experience, great atmosphere, new and delicious flavor of Mediterra
Visited 05/19/2018Mediterranean cuisine is probably our favorite, so we're always looking for a new restaurant to try. My wife found Cappadocia online and we gave it a try. We opted for a bunch of appetizers like their sheppard salad, the lebneh, hummus, tabbouli and one we've never tried or even seen before... warm hummus with sausage. These were all very good, nice portions and presentation. The warm hummus was interesting, but really only some hummus in a dish with some sliced sausage arranged on top and tossed under a grill for a little bit. (I'm assuming that's how they warm it up). Anyway, it was good, but they bump up the price to almost double, which seems a bit much for a few pieces of sausage and a warm-up. But... like I said, it was good and something we hadn't had before. We also shared a mixed grill plate. Nice portions (for 2) of lamb cubes and lamb patties, grilled chicken and beef all served with rice, onions and lettuce. The service was very fast and friend. The only criticism we had was the lighting. We feel the lighting could be turned down a little bit to help out the ambiance. We feel the music should be switched up to reflect the type of cuisine we were enjoying. Now I love classic rock and roll, but it just didn't fit in with Mediterranean dining... know what I mean? Another good thing... it is a BYOB!
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