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Best Middle Eastern Restaurant

Aladdin's Eatery 17.5% of 10, 494 votes In Lebanese cuisine, fresh ingredients are substituted for heavy-handed sauces, using fresh herbs and spices—most commonly mint, parsley, oregano, garlic, nutmeg and cinnamon—to create light, healthy dishes. While Lebanon may be small in geographical size, they pack a ton of flavors in their cuisine, and Aladdin’s does it [...]
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Aladdin’s Eatery

17.5% of 10, 494 votes

In Lebanese cuisine, fresh ingredients are substituted for heavy-handed sauces, using fresh herbs and spices—most commonly mint, parsley, oregano, garlic, nutmeg and cinnamon—to create light, healthy dishes. While Lebanon may be small in geographical size, they pack a ton of flavors in their cuisine, and Aladdin’s does it best in the city. Their wordly and innovative dishes have kept them in first place as the best Middle Eastern restaurant for yet another year.

Multiple locations | aladdinseatery.com

2 Cafe Istanbul 13.7%

3 Lavash Cafe 13.5%

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Best Gyro

The Happy Greek  18.8% of 10,550 votes 2 Lavash 10.4% 3 Greek Express 10.2%
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18.8% of 10,550 votes

2 Lavash 10.4%

3 Greek Express 10.2%

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Best Gyro

The Happy Greek  18.8% of 10,550 votes 2 Lavash 10.4% 3 Greek Express 10.2%
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18.8% of 10,550 votes

2 Lavash 10.4%

3 Greek Express 10.2%

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Best Cajun Restaurant

J. Gumbo’s 29.4% of 9,247 votes As it turns out, you don’t have to be in NOLA to get your hands on some authentic creole cooking, from Po’ Boys and gumbo to their signature crawfish etouffee, a staple in any Louisiana cookbook. (Or, as they call it in the south by its far less appetizing [...]
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J. Gumbo’s

29.4% of 9,247 votes

As it turns out, you don’t have to be in NOLA to get your hands on some authentic creole cooking, from Po’ Boys and gumbo to their signature crawfish etouffee, a staple in any Louisiana cookbook. (Or, as they call it in the south by its far less appetizing name, mudbug stew.)

64 Granville St., Gahanna | jgumbos.com

2 Creole Kitchen 18.2%

3 Gallo’s Kitchen and Bar 17.8%

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