Troja

Troja is a Middle Eastern in the heart of Szeged, serving burgers, pizzas, and baked rice puddings. The restaurant prides itself on its friendly staff, variety of food, and low prices.

Green Garden 145

Green Garden 145 has not only one, but two key points. First of all, it fully lives up to its name, creating a calm and relaxing atmosphere with various green plants at the open terrace. And second, it’s a perfect place to watch football games playing on a big screen in the open salon, while enjoying the real hookah. The cuisine offers national and European dishes and experience of traditional Samovar tea, which you can enjoy while playing board games (backgammon and domino) with friends. Green garden 145 has 1500 m2 area filled with 370 seats at open and closed terraces, big open salon and comfortable private rooms, and offers private parking area for customers.

Olia

One of the basic ingredients in Mediterranean-Israeli cuisine is also one of the healthiest- olive oil! At Olia, the olive oil is treated like gold, with varying levels of quality and origins. They offer nine varieties of olive oil, as well as their descendants, all 100% natural, cold pressed, extra virgin and made purely from the finest Israeli olives. Don’t be overwhelmed though, as the team at Olia is very knowledgeable and ready to find something to suit your taste buds!

Ariel Restaurant

The name “Ariel” originates from the Old Testament and is one of four archangels. The name can also be pronounced “Uriel” meaning “the Light of God”. Ariel is a restaurant, cafe, and gallery located in the center of the Kazimierz Jewish Quarter. This area of town is full of life with 5 synagogues nearby and lots of history. Inside the restaurant, there’s a  dining room that seats 45 guests located on the first floor of the antique Jewish tenement-house from the 16th century. There is also a larger dining room for 80 guests on second-floor filled with hundreds of paintings and Klezmer Jewish music and seating areas in the basement and gallery room.

Mazaya Falafel

Mazaya serves traditional falafel dishes bursting with Mediterranean flavors. At either of their three locations, you’ll find someone of the best tahini, pita, and hummus in town served in either sandwich or salad style.  This restaurant wants everyone to enjoy their falafel and offers several vegan and vegetarian options. Visitors who review this restaurant describe Mazaya as being a reasonably priced cafe where you can enjoy a colorful falafel dish in a cozy atmosphere.

Miznon

Miznon is known for its entertaining staff, energetic atmosphere, good food, and lively music. It’s a place where you will feel right at home, and the staff members even feel like friends you’ve known for years. It’s often a loud restaurant and fast-paced, but fills you with positive vibes, and of course, outstanding food.

They have an open kitchen where you can see the fresh ingredients being used right in front of you. Some of their unique menu items include a cauliflower pita, a chickpea bowl with egg, the Pitaburger, and a banana Nutella pita. They have plenty of traditional foods as well, such as lamb kabobs, ratatouille, and a variety of deliciously cooked vegetables.

If you are looking for a fun and upbeat dining experience, Miznon is where you want to be. You’re sure to leave with a boost of energy and a belly full of fresh Middle Eastern food.

Neni am Naschmarkt

Neni’s goal is to bring ethnic Middle Eastern foods to the heart of Vienna and other cities around the world. Dining in the Naschmarkt is a unique experience in itself because you can feel the energy of the market through your entire meal.  All of the spices you smell in the market are brought to life in Neni’s dishes. If you appreciate flavor and an energetic atmosphere, you won’t leave this restaurant disappointed. 

If you come for breakfast you can enjoy an avocado toast, shakshuka with organic eggs, vegan blueberry porridge with coconut milk, or the Oriental breakfast with fava beans, hummus, and eggs. In the afternoon you can begin your meal with a variety of vegetable-based starters, such as roasted cauliflower, oven eggplant, falafel, or oriental spring rolls. Then, for the main course, you can enjoy a fillet of salmon, lamb shank, or Sabich among several other options.

The menu at Neni has something for everyone. All menu items are marked with common allergens to try to accommodate for all dietary needs. Dining at Neni at the Naschmarkt will give you a unique experience. You will taste some of the best Middle Eastern food the city has to offer.   

 

 

Cafe Eskeles

Café Eskeles is named after Bernhard Freiherr von Eskeles who was born in Vienna in 1753. He grew up as the son of a rabbi and in 1773 he co-founded the band house: Arnstein and Eskeles. Later, Eskeles became one of the founders of the Austrian National Bank as well.  This restaurant has received high remarks from travelers around the world and has been published in several newspapers and magazines. 

Though the cafe is located in the Jewish Museum, it is open to anyone who wants a unique Israeli dining experience in the center of Vienna. There are a wide range of vegetarian and kosher options, including the best Israeli and Austrian kosher wines to choose from. Some of the dishes rotate but, while the house favorites tend to stay around, there are always amazing Mediterranean and Israeli specialties to try.

 

Olive Tree

Olive Tree is a cozy restaurant in Budapest’s District VI, serving a variety of traditional Israeli, Hungarian, and Ukrainian dishes. Their goal is to bring the wonderful flavors of Jerusalem to Budapest for locals and tourists to enjoy. The founders of Olive Tree chose hummus as their primary dish because of its health benefits and the way it compliments several other dishes such as falafel and salad. At Olive Tree, you can choose from 16 hummus entrees or one of their other Middle Eastern falafel or shakshuka dishes.

Everything on their menu is made with fresh and real ingredients for both the taste and health benefits. You will also find many vegan and gluten-free options, making it a perfect stop for anyone looking for authentic Israeli cuisine. The interior is simple, yet cozy, and the menu is well priced for the high-quality flavors and ingredients. If you are a hummus fan, Olive Tree will give you a new way to explore this Middle Eastern dish.

 

Dobrumba

The cuisine served at Dobrumba is inspired by several cultures and incorporates flavors from the Middle East, the Mediterranean and the Caucasus. Some of the menu items you will find include baba ganoush, shawarma, shakshuka, Moroccan beetroot, labneh, and pomegranate chicken liver. One of the best things about Dobruma is their unique twists to traditional Middle Eastern dishes. While they offer a traditional hummus, they also have a spicy paprika hummus, a warm hummus dish, and even a butternut squash hummus that has become a house favorite. 

It’s hard to come here and not fill up on their delightful entrees, but try and save room for dessert because you don’t want to miss out on the famous Basboussa or tahini brownie. The Basboussa is the most popular dessert item and consists of a Levante semolina cake with orange blossom syrup, toasted almosts, and thick yogurt. If you’re one of the many people who prefer a rich chocolate flavor, the vegan tahini brownie will not disappoint.

Dobrumba always tries to cater to those with dietary restrictions by providing gluten free bread and several vegan options. If you find yourself in Budapest’s 7th district, make sure to make a stop at Dobruma for some of the best Middle Eastern food this city has to offer.

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