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8 Best Middle Eastern Food in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best Middle Eastern food Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for something full of olive oil, pitas, parsley and kebab? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of Middle Eastern restaurants below.


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The Perisan café offers a broad collection of kebabs, rice dishes, charcoal-flame broiled meats, and encouraging stews loaded up with fixings, for example, sheep and braised duck. Leave some space for dessert — must-attempt things incorporate saffron dessert, baklava (a sweet filo baked good layered with nuts), and faloodeh shirazi, a solidified treat made out of rose water, vermicelli noodles, and mint.

AddressThe Pier @ Robertson
80 Mohamed Sultan Road
#01-13, Singapore 239013
Contact+65 6836 1270
Opening Hours12pm – 10pm Daily


Credit: Artichoke Singapore

Artichoke is a Middle Eastern-motivated café in the core of Singapore’s Arts and Heritage area. In charge is gourmet specialist proprietor Bjorn Shen, whose droll character and most loved film, You don’t meddle with the Zohan, have roused the idea of Artichoke. The food is fun and inventive, drawing motivation from Middle Eastern flavors and fixings; rather than being customary. Envision out of control stuff like doner kebab seared rice, shawarma spiced octopus, nectar za’atar singed chicken and baklava delicate serve frozen yogurt.

Address161 Middle Rd, Singapore 188978
Contact6336 6949
Opening HoursFriday 5–9:45pm
Saturday 11:30am–2:45pm, 5–9:45pm
Sunday 11:30am–2:45pm, 5–9:45pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 5–9:45pm
Wednesday 5–9:45pm
Thursday 5–9:45pm

Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

Credit: Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

The Chef’s Plate comprising of Doner Kebab, Izgara Kofte and a stick of Shish Kebab is by a long shot the most well known dish. You are spoilt for decision with fish, chicken, hamburger and sheep alternatives. Concerning veggie lovers, there are numerous decisions also including the Eggplant Kebab and Pide (Turkish Pizza).
Address#02,Shaw Tower 100 Beach Road 42/44 Shaw Leisure Gallery, 189702
Contact6291 1433
Opening Hours

Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill

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The kind of food ranges from the natural, for example, pasta and tomahawk steak to less normal dishes, for example, Lahm Bi Ajin and Eygptian Fish Singary.

The pita bread was in excess of a foot long however very light.It was served hot and the smell and taste of it was generally excellent. The two plunges were only ideal to go with the bread. They were extraordinary and given differentiation in taste. The hummus (puree of chickpea) had a smooth, nutty taste. The mohamarra had more character. Made with ground pecans with red pepper it had a mellow fiery kick.

The garnish of the Turkish pide was very normal – like a commonplace pizza. The warm Turkish bread was by and by the stick out. It had a decent delicate yet chewy surface.
Address501 Orchard Rd, #02-04/05 Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880
Contact6262 6400
Opening HoursSaturday 11:30am–9:30pm
Sunday 11:30am–9:30pm
Monday 11:30am–9pm
Tuesday 11:30am–9pm
Wednesday 11:30am–9pm
Thursday 11:30am–9pm
Friday 11:30am–9:30pm

Urban Bites

Credit: Urban Bites Lebanese & Mediterranean Cuisine

The Jallab costs $6 and is a perfect cooling refereshing drink for a hot day.

Up next is the Summer Platter which costs $28. The best of the platter is the Tabbouleh The Tabbouleh has a slice of diced tomatoes and it has parsley with olive oil and the ingredients are nicely chopped.
AddressTelok Ayer St, 161, Singapore 068615
Contact6327 9460
Opening HoursSaturday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Sunday Closed
Monday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Tuesday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Wednesday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Thursday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Friday 12–3pm, 6–10pm

Fat Prince

Credit: Fat Prince

This restaurant is Turkish. It spends significant time in kebabs, which include enormous bits of pita bread loaded down with fillings, for example, halloumi cheddar, zesty prawn, scorched pork tummy, and hot meat. Likewise accessible are mezze choices (tapas-style dishes) any semblance of okra falafel, singed cauliflower, and cashew hummus.

Address48 Peck Seah st #01-01, 079317
Contact6221 7794
Opening Hours11:30am–10:30pm

Qasr Gille & Mezze Bar


Lebanese works of art are , for example, Tabbouleh ($10), a light plate of mixed greens of bulgur wheat, hacked parsley, tomato, onions and new mint and the shawarma ($24) that accompanies your decision of cut sheep, chicken or meat enveloped by bread and presented with fries. We vote in favor of the sheep. Goodness, and there’s complimentary wine for the women on Thursdays as well.

Address46 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277698
Contact6467 7793
Opening HoursMonday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM



The well known charcoal-flame broiled kebabs run from $28 – $49, with sharing platters going up to $185 for four pax.

Kufteh-Ye Anar-O Pesteh (ground minced sheep meatball showered with pomegranate sauce and pistachio), Kashk-E-Bademjan (cooked squashed aubergine with sun-dried yogurt, mint and singed onion), Hummus (garbanzo beans blended in with tahini, garlic, lemon and olive oil) and Borani Esfanaj (mix of sautéed spinach with onion, yogurt and garlic).

Boneless Chicken Shish Kebab ($38) which is fundamentally barbecued, marinated boneless chicken legs, accompanied margarine basmati rice seasoned with saffron and a flame broiled tomato, stew, carrot and potato. The chicken was great, it had a beautiful chargrilled taste and was extremely delicate. The rice was decent and it accompanied a saffron rice cake which was somewhat dry and sadly wasn’t a lot exactly as I would prefer.

Address3D River Valley Rd,
#01-09 Clarke Quay,
Singapore 179023
Contact6337 7667
Opening Hours6–11pm

Have you tried any of the Middle Eastern food establishments listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

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