27 "Middle Eastern" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Falafel Chee is a tiny Iraqi-style falafel stand that operates out of West LA International Market in Culver City.
Sasoun Market has a diverse and tremendous selection of produce, along with excellent housemade hummus and muhammara.
Sahara Falafel in Anaheim serves excellent on-the-go shawarma and falafel wraps.
Furn Saj Bakery is a Lebanese bakery in Granada Hills with some of the best shawarma you’ll find anywhere in Los Angeles.
Open Sesame is a restaurant in La Brea with traditional Lebanese food and a low corkage fee.
Ojai Rotie’s patio and excellent chicken platters make it the perfect downtown Lebanese spot.
Sunnin, a classic Lebanese spot in Westwood, serves some of the best shawarma in town.
Carnival is a solid Lebanese restaurant in Sherman Oaks where the people-watching is the main event.
Hayat’s is a Lebanese restaurant in North Hollywood ideal for a quick solo lunch.
Charcoal Grill is a kosher Israeli restaurant in Beverly Grove that serves great grilled meats.
Hasiba is a hummus restaurant in Pico-Robertson that doesn’t feel like it was created by an algorithm.
Bavel is one of LA’s most exciting restaurants, and this Middle Eastern spot in the Arts District will have you planning a return visit immediately.
So.pa is a beautiful all-day, completely outdoor Middle Eastern spot, great for a date night in Palm Springs.
Tarzana Armenian Deli is a family-run spot in the Valley that’s home to some excellent pita wraps.