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Best Middle-Eastern Food

Photo: KATY SCHMADER, License: N/A, Created: 2012:04:15 09:31:01

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1. Pasha Mediterranean Grill
9339 Wurzbach, (210) 561-5858
gopasha.com

Pasha's the lynchpin of what's grown into a bonafide Middle-East oasis near the Med Center on Wurzbach. Dishing out the best falafel around, Pasha's menu sports a killer shawarma plate and flame-kissed lamb skewers. For non-meat eaters (hell, even for you carnivores out there), the hefty vegetarian plate, complete with standards like baba ghanouj, tabbouleh, falafel, and the restaurant's signature potatoes, is a must. Looking for more? Head across the parking lot to Narra for some after-dinner hookah or next door to stock up at the Ali Baba International Food Market.

2. Gypsy Café
2813 Thousand Oaks, (210) 494-1314

3. Turquoise Grill
3720 NW Loop 410, (210) 736-2887
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