Chicago / Illinois Middle Eastern Restaurants

Chicago / Illinois Middle Eastern Restaurants
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Sayat Nova
Middle Eastern | Downtown Chicago
48 reviews

Located just steps from Michigan Avenue in the heart of Chicago's thriving Streeterville neighborhood, Sayat Nova is a cozy, romantic enclave tucked back from the city's urban sprawl. Since 1970, we have offered Armenian cuisine that presents a slightly earthier variation on typical Mediterranean fare.

Hubble Hookah
Middle Eastern | Dunning
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Hubble Hookah is Chicago's modern hookah bar. Dimly lit, romantic and always enticing. Relax over a proper hookah, one of our thirty teas or our signature martini.

Old Jerusalem
Lebanese | Old Town Chicago
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Although the Old Jerusalem Restaurant was born in 1976, the United States Bicentennial year, the authenticity of our Middle Eastern cuisine dates back over 5,000 years to the days of Abraham!
All of our chefs are experts in preparing the finest Middle Eastern dishes, which people enjoy in such Biblical cities as Jerusalem and Beirut.
All of our foods are prepared from fresh meats and vegetables with no frozen products or preservatives.
If you are not Familiar with any of our dishes on our menu, our staff members will gladly explain about them and how they are prepared.

Kan Zaman
Lebanese | River North Chicago
16 reviews

A Chicago Lebanese Restaurant where fringe-beaded lamps, a long shelf of Middle Eastern knicknacks and dolls make for an exotic, upscale-casual vibe.

Baba Pita
Middle Eastern | West Loop
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Looking for a lunch or Dinner (soup, salad, sandwich or entree) or perhaps an exquisite vegetarian meal? Healthy and tasty dinners with multiple courses, lively colors blended with savory and contrasting flavors yet healthy and light, BABA PITA could be the best option for you.

Kurah Mediterranean Tapas
Mediterranean | South Loop
50 reviews

Mediterranean tapas in the South Loop offers wonderful, traditional Mediterranean dishes as well as unique and exotic twists on staple Mediterranean dishes.