Equal parts restaurant, cafe and marketplace, ZÄD embraces the pure, simple flavors from the many countries that comprise the eastern Mediterranean region with a vibrant modern twist. The goal is to use the finest ingredients available in order to present Mediterranean cuisine at it's best. From...
The Grape Leaf prides itself on being a friendly, locally owned, pan-mediterranean neighborhood restaurant. In 1992, Chef Nabil Al-Saba opened The Grape Leaf, one of Louisville's first Middle Eastern eateries, in the heart of Clifton and he has been serving up authentic cuisine ever since.
Tucked away on Brownsboro, Andalous brings farm-to-table Morroccan food to the Louisville area, with options for those with specialty diets. Tuck in to North African classics like foul--a traditional fava bean stew--lamb, couscous, and a variety of tagine, or long-simmered stews cooked in cone...
The influence and style of food at Little Jerusalem Cafe is just as diverse as the people that surround it in the Iroquois area. They serve authentic Greek and Middle Eastern food that will also please both vegetarians and vegans.
Shiraz offers fast, fresh Mediterranean food. Choose from char-grilled meat, fish, or veggies and other ala carte items like hummus or spicy avocado bruschetta.
A collection of Persian favorites — from kebabs to khoresht — make this downtown restaurant a popular lunch and dinner spot. Try the rack of lamb kebabs.
This eatery specializes in eastern Mediterranean fare. Try the tomato-spiked baba ghanoush and stuffed grape leaves. For dessert, head next door to the bakery of the same name.