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The 12 Best Arab Restaurants Near Miami

Updated: August 7, 2022

After some great Arab cuisine? These are our favourite spots in Miami for Middle Eastern fare. To find these Arab spots we analyzed the best review and ranking sites, incorporating millions of reviews. So when we need kofta, manakish and sweet kunefe these are the Miami restaurants we turn to.

Find the perfect Arab restaurant

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese, $$, MiamiLebanese, $$Miami
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5
  • Eater, 2017

    The 20 Essential Pinecrest Restaurants

    Eater, 2017

Takesh Grill

Lebanese, MiamiLebaneseMiami
Google: 4.9
Yelp: 5.0

Faraon

Middle Eastern, $$, MiamiMiddle Eastern, $$Miami
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 4.5

Magdoos

Lebanese, $$, MiamiLebanese, $$Miami, Wynwood - Edgewater
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 4.5

Shawar Al Basha

Middle Eastern, MiamiMiddle EasternMiami, Little Havana
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.5

Shaddai

Middle Eastern, $, MiamiMiddle Eastern, $Miami
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.5

Dimitrios Mediterranean Cuisine

Mediterranean, MiamiMediterraneanMiami, Brickell
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5

Shawarma's Diana

Food Truck, $, MiamiFood Truck, $Miami
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5

Original Daily Bread Marketplace

Middle Eastern, $, MiamiMiddle Eastern, $Miami, Coral Way
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.0
  • Hoodline, 2020

    Miami's 3 best spots to score affordable Middle Eastern fare

    Hoodline, 2020
  • Infatuation

    The Best Restaurants In Coconut Grove

    Infatuation

Hyatt Food Truck

Food Truck, MiamiFood TruckMiami
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.0

If you travel further

Maroosh Mediterranean Restaurant

Mediterranean, $$, Coral GablesMediterranean, $$Coral Gables
Google: 4.2
Yelp: 4.0

Al Basha Grill

Mediterranean, $, Miami BeachMediterranean, $Miami Beach, Flamingo Lummus
Google: 4.2
Yelp: 4.0

What gets a restaurant into the top 10?

Figuring out the best Arab restaurants can take awhile. These results are brought to you by boam, with insights from the Yelp and Google ratings for 16799 Miami restaurants, 823905 reviews, and 790 top lists and articles from the likes of Infatuation, Eater and Hoodline. These spots have been featured in Infatuation - The Best Restaurants In Coconut Grove, Eater - The 20 Essential Pinecrest Restaurants and Hoodline - Miami's 3 best spots to score affordable Middle Eastern fare. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their updated available services, so you can actually enjoy the food we show. Our site gets no money for featuring restaurants in this list – everyone’s earned their place. These ten options are sure to delight.

Frequently asked questions

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine, Original Daily Bread Marketplace, and Mabrouk are the highest-rated Arab restaurants that are good for groups in Miami.

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine, Original Daily Bread Marketplace, and Mabrouk are some of the highest-rated late-night Arab spots in Miami.

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine, Original Daily Bread Marketplace, and Mabrouk are the highest-rated Arab restaurants for take-out in Miami.

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine, Original Daily Bread Marketplace, and Mabrouk are the highest-rated Arab restaurants for a quick lunch in Miami.

Shaddai Fine Lebanese Cuisine, Original Daily Bread Marketplace, and Mabrouk are the highest-rated Arab restaurants that serve breakfast in Miami.

Drink pairing tips

  • Pair falafel with Chardonnay

    For an elevated experience, pair your falafel with Chardonnay. This combination works particularly well because this white wine enhances flavour.


  • Rosé and falafel


    When considering what goes best with falafel, we recommend a glass of Rosé, it truly complements the dish as it counterbalances the dense texture of the falafel.


  • The perfect match for your falafel

    Experts often pair falafel with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc, a popular white wine.

Interesting facts

  • An order for 290skewers of kebab?

    Mihriban Kadap broke the world record by eating the most kebab in one sitting. The new record - that has not been beaten since - is 290 skewers.

  • A 24 pounds feast

    Don’t you hate it when there is not enough food for seconds? This wasn’t a concern when the record was broken for the biggest falafel ball. Weighing in at 24 pounds there was more than enough falafel balls to go around!

  • Once upon a time

    medieval period was an interesting time, and it gave us the much cherished falafel. We can thank Egypt for that!

Parking in the area

Few things are as aggravating as circling around the block, looking for parking when you’re hungry. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Arab spot.

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