Boston / New England Middle Eastern Restaurants

Boston / New England Middle Eastern Restaurants
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Sarma
Middle Eastern | Somerville
324 reviews

Sarma is the newest venture from the team behind Oleana & Sofra. Chef Ana Sortun joins Sarma Chef/Owners Cassie Piuma, and Matt Piuma in this latest collaboration.

Sarma is a fun and funky neighborhood restaurant in the style of a Turkish Meyhane ("wine-house"). It serves casual and carefully constructed small plates (Meze), alongside a bustling craft-cocktail program. The wine list is small, and impactful, featuring only natural wines intended to compliment Chef Cassie's flavorful cuisine. Music, communal dining options, and colors abound at this new neighborhood gem!

El Basha - Park Ave
Middle Eastern | Worcester
6 reviews

Welcome to our table. Welcome to El Basha. An exotic culinary experience.

Chaloos Restaurant
Middle Eastern | South Easton
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Saray restaurant
Mediterranean | Allston
3 reviews

Welcome to Saray! One of the best voted Halal Turkish / Mediterranean / Middle Eastern Restaurant. Proudly serving the Boston,MA since 2007. Saray Restaurant captures the culinary style of Middle Eastern cuisine, offering a delicious array of dishes prepared with combination unique herbs, spices and souces. Always fresh halal meats, daily fresh vegetables, handmade prepared food, no preservatives or additives. Don't hesitate, comme visit us!

Tangierino
Moroccan | Charlestown
71 reviews

Tangierino, Boston’s most romantic restaurant is an award winning Moroccan cuisine, where old world-cooking methods are combined with new world culinary cultures and where the freshest and the finest ingredients, prime aged beef, locally caught seafood, small farm vegetables and the widest array of the earth's most exotic spices are used to produce the most delicious meals in Boston. The result is a distinctively Moroccan influenced cuisine that has been recognized by Zagats, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, Improper Bostonian, and Phantom Gourmet as one of Boston’s best destination.