Pittsburgh middle eastern Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Pittsburgh middle eastern restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Pittsburgh just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Pittsburgh, you've come to the right place.
Our Pittsburgh restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“Good food, good price, basic services but friendly atmosphere. Don't expect anything facy except great food and good people. Enjoy” (01/22/2010)
“Great fresh food. Freshest you can find in the pittsburgh, because i went there sometime and they were preparing food then. lov the food, doesnt give me heavy head days. only drawback is to dine there with a family. so if you want proper space, ambient, etc. this place might not be a good idea. howe... ” (01/17/2010)
“Best halal restaurant in the 'Burgh, hands down. Unless you are a squeamish individual who cannot stomach the sight of raw meat, then I highly recommend visiting Salem's for their lamb and rice lunch.” (09/15/2009)
“One of my favorite spots in all Pittsburgh. This past summer I ate here roughly 3 times a week. Delicious meat, great portions, reasonable price. I LOVE THIS PLACE.” (07/12/2009)
“Food is so delicious here I keep going there every now and then. I would recommend you try there Kofta and chicken tandoori. Grilled chicken is also good.” (12/10/2008)
“Their chicken shawarma is seriously the best in the world. I've had shawarma in many cities and countries, but none are as good as the ones at Salem's.” (12/03/2008)
“It is the perfect place to go when you are new to Pittsburgh or you are hungry. They serve gyros, rice with chicken or meat, kofta, kabab, Fresh meat, chicken anything you want. (EVERYTHING HALAL)” (08/29/2008)
“Good food, a bit basic facility.” (08/28/2008)
“Food is great, limited seating indoor but they have chairs outside sometimes. Best day to eat is on Friday after Juma Prayer in the summer, because they always grill kofta a chicken. The food is clean but the place smells like raw meat(considering its a butcher shop, that can be overlooked). Employe... ” (02/15/2008)
“Best Middle-eastern food in town for reasonable price.”