Oakland County Mediterranean Restaurants

Oakland County Mediterranean Restaurants, Reviews, listings, and pics of Mediterranean restaurants in Oakland County. Metro Detroit and Oakland County MI Mediterranean Restaurants I’ve tried and reviewed. This list is by no means complete. You can click on each listed for full reviews and pics. I know a few off-hand I’ve heard about and I haven’t tried yet. At the rate we’re going, we should have ‘em all covered soon enough! In the meantime, please contact me if you know any Oakland County Mediterranean Food Restaurants we should try/review that aren’t on this list and deserve to be.

Oakland County Mediterranean Restaurants

Ferndale Mediterranean Food Restaurants

Anita’s Kitchen Ferndale (22651 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220, 248-548-0680, anitaskitchenonline.com)
Then menu at Anita’s Kitchen is loaded with Middle Eastern favorites – hommus, falafil, fattoush, shawarma, kafta, kibbeh, kebob, stuffed grape leaves, gyro, and more. Friendly staff, busy restaurant, great menu, and great online reviews… but I disliked Anita’s. Maybe just one bad isolated experience but mine was oversalted even for Mediterranean food and poorly cooked. (Full Review – Pics)

Oakland County Mediterranean Restaurants – Metro Detroit Mediterranean Food Restaurants

La Marsa (35558 Grand River, Farmington Hills, MI, 248-615-1900, www.lamarsacuisine.com)
La Marsa restaurants serve traditional Mediterranean cuisine such as Schwarma, Hommous, Shish Kabob, Tawook, Tabbouli and more. Great portions, entrees are slightly more expensive than other Mediterranean restaurants. Also in Bloomfield Hills, Troy, Waterford, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and a 2nd Farmington Hills location. (Full Review – Pics)

Oakland County Mediterranean Restaurants – Rochester Hills Mediterranean Food Restaurants

2941 Mediterranean Street Food (87 W Auburn Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48307, 248-606-4583, 2941streetfood.com)
2941 Mediterranean Street Food is a unique concept as it serves up Mediterranean Food, Fast Food style. They serve street food from Greece, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Tunisia, Cyprus, Lebanon and more. They also feature build your own Bazaar Meal, a variety of street snacks, street platters, Samoon bread baked fresh in front of you, salads, desserts, all natural sodas, juices, and imported and domestic beer and wine. (Full Review – Pics)

Lebanese Grill (2783 Rochester Rd., Rochester Hills MI 48307, 248-606-4651, www.lebanesegrill.com)
Strip mall Middle Eastern cuisine. Clean and comfortable location. The menu has everything you could imagine when thinking of Mediterranean cuisine…hommus, Baba Ghanouj, Falafel, grape leaves, lentil soup, shwarma, tawook, kafta, lamb, vegetarian plates, seafood and so much more. I ordered a shrimp dish I greatly enjoyed. They serve raw juices and they also have a great kids menu. Also in Shelby Twp and Troy. (Full Review – Pics)

Troy Mediterranean Food Restaurants

2Booli (854 East Big Beaver Rd., Troy MI 48083, 248-619-0888, www.2booli.com)
The 2Booli Mediterranean Restaurant menu includes dishes such as falafel and hommous appetizers; salads, pitas and wraps; and ghallaba, kabobs, and pasta entrees; and much more. The 2Booli Troy menu is large with plenty to choose from. A large selection of Vegetarian items are available at 2Booli Mediterranean Restaurant, and are denoted on the menu with a carrot symbol. The staff is also knowledgeable about the menu and ingredients, and was able to guide me to a gluten free meal. Also in Farmington Hills. (Full Review – Pics)

Cedar Grille (5377 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48098, 248-267-9100, www.cedargrille.com)
Small, but clean and cozy. Not the most authentic Middle Eastern food in Metro Detroit but very tasty and affordable. Cedar Grille serves the traditional Mediterranean/Lebanese/Middle Eastern fare… i.e. Schwarma, Hummus, Salads, Kibbee, Kabobs, chicken, lamb, shrimp, Falafel, Tabouli, Fattoush, smoothies, fresh squeezed juices, and more. (Full Review – Pics)

La Saj (2149 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48084, 248-494-4499, www.lasaj.com)
La Saj menu offers all of the traditional Mediterranean dishes. Guests may order kibbee, falafal, grape leaves, etc for starters. Main entrees include kebobs, tawook, kafta, ghallaba, shawarma, and more. There are also plenty of great salads, homemade soups, fresh squeezed juices, sandwiches, seafood options, and tasty desserts. (Full Review – Pics)

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