Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Garden City, Michigan, United States. Garden City is a city in Wayne County of the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 27,692. The city is part of the Metro Detroit region.
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4 based on 404 reviews
Stopped in for a takeout snack. Ordered the appetizer platter dish. Excellent! Everything was fresh and delicious. We don't eat middle eastern food often but this place is going to make us want to more often. See photos for what we ordered. Portions were large. Prices were very good. Appears to be dad and daughter that we're working the day we went there. Good family run place. We will come again.
4 based on 17 reviews
Went to place an order for carry out. Girl on phone talking away private conversation. She finally takes the order. 4 men in the cooking area laughing, yelling, having lots of fun. I waited over 20 mins for my sandwich. Other people coming into restaurant placing orders in native language and getting their carry outs very quickly. Took sandwich home. It was very dry and not tasty.
4 based on 21 reviews
My husband and I decided to try this place. Coming from Dearborn, we didn't have high expectations for this place, but we were mistaken. Service was quick (server didn't say much, but that's better sometimes). The chicken lemon rice soup had actual lemon flavor. The portions were large but not oversized. For twenty bucks, we each had a flavorful, substantial lunch of chicken shawarma and chicken tawook with unlimited pitas and garlic sauce. Everything was well-prepared and authentic. We will definitely come back again!
5 based on 50 reviews
I past this place often on my way home. It is usually closed. One Saturday while visiting a friend, she let me taste some spicy hummus. I immediately left and got my own delicious. Maybe next time and try the baked goods.
4 based on 11 reviews
Informal and inviting, Pineland has been the place to go for Middle Eastern in my book for years. Typical menu, average pricing but what really stands out are the portal sizes. Very generous! Always down to earth and run like a "family owned place" I have yet to feel like I'm NOT a member of the family (as apposed to the "chains" that just seem to want you in and out)! The cook always makes it a point to wave HI whenever I stop in.... still after all 15 years! Formally from the Westland area, now living in Youngstown, we make it a point to come HERE for our Arabic everytime were even near Detroit!
4 based on 261 reviews
We visited La Pita again this year for dinner on a Wednesday night. It wasn't too busy so we were seated right away. Our server walked by a few times but it took another server saying something to him before he came to our table. We had humus and pita (their fresh pita is amazing!) and my mom had falafel while I had a shwarma roll. We shared fatoosh as well. Everything was delicious. Would definitely recommend.
The hidden gem of authentic middle eastern food in Michigan, BeiRock is about amazing food, amazing service and a cool atmosphere! We serve all the middle eastern classics including hummus, falafel, shawarma and grape leaves but also have amazing house ma
This is the perfect example of the type of small business you should be supporting within your community. If i had to guess its a two generation family owned business and they are very nice people. Not only are they nice but their food is exceptionally good as well. you can tell that they really care about and enjoy what they do. I really hope that this place sticks around because you dont find places like this everyday. I highly recommend stopping in and getting a bite to eat, trust me youll feel the same way after you do. David, we're absolutely flattered and you're absolutely right we're a two generation family owned place, and we really love what we do, we definitely put our hearts into it because the customers are the heartbeat of this place! thanks again David!
4 based on 31 reviews
Excellent food and great customer service. I had the house Maza platter which included stuffed grape leaves, hummus, falafel, and baba ghanouj. It was all excellent. The pita bread served is more like a flatbread and I prefer a thicker pita, but the rest of the food, and the service, was so good that I will definitely return!
4 based on 62 reviews
This was our first time visiting this establishment. The atmosphere and friendly staff made us feel welcomed right from the start. The food was absolutely the best Mediterranean food weâve ever had and we visit other restaurants in the area. This is it. If you want authentic reasonably priced food come no where else.
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