The Yelpers have spoken and at this moment in time, 10 very diverse restaurants are leading the pack in Columbus. How many have you been to?
Location: 8495 Sancus Blvd Columbus
Rating: 4.5 stars, 251 reviews
From a light lunch, to a delicious dinner, come in and enjoy fresh, authentic Lebanese sandwich wraps, dinners, breads and treats all made in-house from scratch!
Location: University District, 2619 N High St, Columbus
Rating: 4.5 stars, 320 reviews
James Anderson gets his honest love of smoke and fire from his father, who was also a barbecue man. He is the owner and talent behind the wildly popular Ray Ray’s Hog Pit in Clintonville, Westerville and Anderson Farms in Granville, Ohio where he pasture raises, heritage breed hogs. Consistent perfection is his goal whether he’s hog farming or smoking meat.
8. Cherbourg Bakery
Location: 541 S Drexel Avenue
Rating: 5 stars, 93 reviews
This “hidden gem” is Bexley’s best kept secret. Their ability to cater to all bakery lovers is what has people coming back for more. They have gluten-free options as well as treats for nut-allergy sensitive customers who need, or heck just wanna try it. Along with their donuts and raved strata, the bakery is no stranger to the java junkie in your life.
Location: 6280 E Broad Street
Rating: 4.5 stars, 207 reviews
If chipotle and Greek food is a favorite, this place is just the right mix. Sababa’s fresh grill bar comes with a friendly staff, at a friendly price for the wallet. Choose from pita, rice, hummus or salad to start off and build from there. The restaurant also offers sides such as their Greek fries, which one user described as a “delicious add on”.
Location: 5186 E Main street
Rating: 4.5 stars, 198 reviews
A flavorful restaurant that appreciates it’s first time customers so much that they get free food. Well, at least samples anyways. This bistro that supports local farmers through their locally sourced meats and also offers flavors from around the world including Ethiopian dry rub chicken wings and lamb burgers.
Rating: 5 stars, 134 reviews
Savory-filled croissants, pepperoni and veggie rolls, and wood-fire-baked pizzas provide options like no one else on Columbus’ east side. Cookies, bars, brownies and the morning goodies continue to flow through the day. In the evening, you can get your hot pizza dinner, a dessert for after dinner, and something to start your day of right tomorrow – and, at an affordable price that leaves most customers shocked.
Location: 59 Spruce Street
If you haven’t already gotten a taste of this chicken, you are way behind. Give the spicy fried chicken a try, we doubt you’ll be disappointed.
Location: 2980 E Broad street
Rating: 5 stars, 118 reviews
A meal fit for a king or queen at a price anyone in the kingdom can afford. There are latkes, eggs, various meats, coffee and tea. All served with with personal service, and, if you’re lucky, from Scotty himself.
Location: 680 N high street
Rating:4.5 stars, 653 reviews
For all the food photographers, this is the place for you. The food is “Instagram-worthy” and with a great taste to boot. The restaurant is all Mediterranean based and the big open grill allows customers to get a piece of the action. There are also options for the vegetarian and paleo diets alike.
1. Momo Ghar
Location: 1265 Morse road
Rating: 4.5 stars, 653 reviews
Coming as little surprise to anyone, Momo Ghar is the top rated restaurant in Columbus. Reviewed by top food news outlets nationwide this family business has been booming. The Nepalese cuisine is infamous for their large and in charge dumplings and for being featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives show.