Middle Eastern restaurants in Paris

Where to eat Lebanese, Moroccan, Turkish, Kurdish and more

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  • Mint tea at the Grande Mosquée / © Time Out

  • A fine tagine at l'Alcôve / © Time Out 

  • A couscous at Petit Bleu / © Time Out Paris - Laurie Grosset

  • A falafel at Chez Hanna / © Time Out Paris - Laurie Grosset

  • A mezze platter at Liza / © Liza

  • A durum at Urfa Dürüm / © Time Out Paris - Oliver Knight

  • A tabbouleh to die for at Daily Syrien / © divya

  • A pastry at L'Homme Bleu / DR - © La Bague de Kenza

Mint tea at the Grande Mosquée / © Time Out

Any feature on 'Middle Eastern cuisine' has to begin by confronting that problematic term. To the newbie, the cuisines of Morocco, Lebanon and Kurdistan all too easily merge into one aromatic morass of mezze and grilled meat. But in reality, they differ – at times subtly, at times blatantly – on everything from taste in condiments to table etiquette. To make matters simple, we've decided to split our fave Middle Eastern joints into three broad categories: North African, Asian, and 'street food'. If there's one thing they all share, it's a convivial emphasis on sharing and socialising – in our eyes, an essential ingredient to a damn good meal. So call up your mates and get ready to discover the best Levantine nosh and Maghrebian grub that Paris has to offer.




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