Seattle / Eastern Washington Middle Eastern Restaurants

Seattle / Eastern Washington Middle Eastern Restaurants
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Cafe Turko
Turkish | Ballard
5 reviews

Once you visit CAFE TURKO, step through the door, you will be transported to the markets of Istanbul. You will not only enjoy an authentic great dining experience ( from homemade flat breads, stuffed breads, kebabs, and rich vegan and gluten free mezzes to desserts and pastries Turkish coffee and tea ) , you will also shop in the Bazaar section for souvenirs, gifts, textiles and even handmade rugs.

We offer 100 % Halal meat, halal products

Petra Mediterranean Bistro
Middle Eastern | Pike Place Market
7 reviews

Welcome to Petra Mediterranean Bistro your voyage to a world of Mediterranean cuisine; at Petra Bistro you will have the chance to experience the authentic tastes of Jordan, Lebanon, Greece, Turkey, and Northern Africa.

Copper Pot
Indian | Edmonds
2 reviews

CopperPot restaurant embodies the spirit and essence of fine Indian cuisine. Located in the heart of Edmonds, Copper Pot takes Indian cuisine to a new culinary level, while still holding true to its traditional nuances. Much like the ambiance within the restaurant, Copper Pot’s cuisine is a mix of modern style with traditional roots. The delectable cuisine and exotic refreshing drinks are sure to indulge anyone’s senses. The restaurant can easily accommodate 122 people, with a private dining room in the back for up to 28 people. With its vaulted ceilings, and stylish décor, Copper Pot is truly a feast for both the mouth as well as the eyes.

Hummus Cafe
Mediterranean | Greenwood
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The Hummus Cafe offers authentic Egyptian-Mediterranean cuisine. "Eating here is like eating in the kitchen of a fussy Egyptian mom", (City Arts, Jonathan Zwickel). Try our homemade Hummus and falafel. Our traditional green soup is light, fresh & original. Don't leave without trying our homemade desserts, flaky baklava and our tender cakelike treat called basbousa—are sublime.