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  • There’s a lot on the menu of this small, suburban strip mall restaurant. Owner Ali Fallaha, a geologist back in Syria, wants to have something for everyone. So he serves shawarma (a purist, he fills the pita with meat and pickles only), falafel (forming each donut-shaped ball in a little brass hand press), and so

  • Sababa

    With over 300 Middle Eastern restaurants in the GTA, it’s pretty tricky to find the most authentic ones, but Sababa is the real deal. When owner Sam Azar opened Sababa in 1987, there were only 40 seats and one employee, and now, over 20 years later, there are over 120 seats and a full operating

  • Tabülè

    Their latest opened inside Bayview Village just a few weeks ago and is drawing on established Tabülè favourites with a few new twists.

  • The Good Fork

    The Good Fork, a dinner and brunch spot has relocated from Bloor West village to Dundas West. Brunch features typical brunch fare, like bacon, eggs and pancakes, whereas dinner leans more Middle Eastern. For something different try the octopus skewer. A drinks menu features beer, cider and a variety of cocktails for dinner or, if

  • The Haifa Room

    Opened in 2021, the Haifa Room is a cosy Middle Eastern restaurant that’s located on a bustling stretch of Ossington Avenue. With its exposed brick walls and several bar stools drawn up at a deli-style counter, the atmosphere is laid back enough to stop by for a quick bite, but inviting enough to stick around

  • Toronto Beach Club

    Toronto Beach Club is an alluring restaurant from Scale Hospitality, the group behind venues like Shook, Lapinou and Byblos. Set on Woodbine Beach with views of Lake Ontario, the restaurant aims to evoke the vibe of a European coastal getaway with its airy decor and Mediterranean-influenced menu. “The inspiration was to take people and transport