The olive oil, nuts, and vegetables that often top the menus at Middle Eastern restaurants are great for your health and your heart. On top of all that, the meals are delectable. Lucky for you, there are plenty of options for finding Middle Eastern food you’ll love in Prince George’s.
Try one of these fantastic Middle Eastern restaurants in Prince George’s:
- Mezeh has multiple locations in Prince George’s, including ones in Bowie, Hyattsville, and National Harbor. Stop by one of them to make a bowl packed with the Mediterranean cuisine that you like best, from chicken shawarma to falafel.
- Visit Taim in College Park to enjoy either a stuffed pita or a bowl filled with an array of proteins and toppings. The restaurant also has plenty of vegetarian options, including the less-traditional cauliflower shawarma, golden eggplant, and Impossible kebab. Add hand-cut fries and marinated beets to boost your meal even more.
- The menu at Cedars of Lebanon in Greenbelt is brimming with traditional meals. Order a falafel wrap, lentil soup, kibbeh plate, labneh, beef kebab, tabouleh, and more to get an authentic experience.
- The kitchen at Moby Dick House of Kebab in College Park combines traditional Persian cooking techniques with a Mediterranean flair to bring the public slow-braised strews, flame-grilled meats, and freshly baked pita. End your meal with homemade baklava or rollet.
- Visit the Cava locations in Bowie and College Park to get a customized bowl or pita — or order one of the chef-created dishes, like the Balsamic Date Chicken bowl or the Spicy Lamb Meatball pita. The spot is also great for kids, with its miniature versions of the build-your-own pita meal.
- The fusion menu at EZ Kabob Halal in Greenbelt merges Afghani, Pakistani, and Middle Eastern food to create fresh, unique offerings. Together, these flavors elevate traditional cuisine, and you can make a meal of both samosas and falafel, naan and pita, or tandoori and kebab.
- The motto at Halal Bro’s is “Eat right. Eat Halal,” and you’ll definitely be eating right when you head to the Mount Rainier restaurant. Order the kofta kebab over rice, lamb gyro, or falafel salad — and add some more American items, like Buffalo wings or a cheeseburger.
- The Great Greek Mediterranean Grille in College Park offers up fresh tzatziki with dill, tirokafteri with creamy feta cheese, stuffed grape leaves, and spinach-packed spanakopita as the perfect meal starters. End your meal with the rice pudding or baklava ice cream.
- Find The Friendly food truck in Oxon Hill to grab a quick and delicious meal. The truck serves up falafel, gyros, rice bowls, shawarma, and more — and don’t forget to add on an order of onion rings or cheese fries.
Enjoy a vegan or vegetarian meal in Prince George’s at one of these restaurants.