Are you craving a wholesome Shawarma in Fort Worth? With a side of the densely flavorful humus? Mediterranean cuisine has captured the imagination of people from all over the world.
Due to the simple and healthy ingredients found in Middle Eastern dishes, Mediterranean food has become a staple amongst people who want a nutritious answer to their cravings. Dishes like pita breads and shawarma, greek salads, gyros, kabobs, falafel and the heavenly baklava are top-notch when it comes to delivering nutrition and indulgence.
Here’s a list of some of the top Greek, Turkish and Mediterranean food places in Fort Worth which come highly endorsed by our fellow Texans.
Top Mediterranean Food Places In Fort Worth
1. Casablanca Greek Mediterranean Cuisine
True to its name, Casablanca could be called the one-stop shop for food, drinks and enjoyment in Dallas Fort Worth. The Greek restaurant has multiple speciality items on their menu, including Gyro & Pita platters and succulent kabob sandwiches. Round the experience off with a strawberry iced tea to quench your Greek food cravings.
Where:7355 N Beach St #173, Fort Worth, TX 76137, United States
Hours: 11am–2:30pm, 5–9pm
2. Zoës Kitchen
Avoiding long lines to have a well-made Chicken Pita is possible in Fort Worth–thanks entirely to the friendly and accommodating staff at Zoës Kitchen. Their hummus platters and beef kebobs are usual hot sellers, but there is an equal spread of options for vegetarian and gluten friendly diets.
Where: 1601 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107,
3. Byblos Mediterranean Lebanese Restaurant and Hookah Lounge/catering
The intimate setting of Byblos Restaurant and Lounge comes to life due to its authentic Middle Eastern fare. The 28 year-old establishment is replete with a Hookah Lounge and caters to pre-booked intimate gatherings as well. Moreover, kids under the age of 12 can now eat free at the Saturday Lunch Buffets–a welcome addition to the Byblos legacy.
Where: 1406 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Hours: 11am–4pm, 5–10pm
Saturday Lunch Buffet:
4. Luna Grill Mediterranean Bowls
Luna Grill is counter-serve eatery that offers delicious and customizable Mediterranean food bowls. The kebabs are authentic, the salads are fresh and if you don’t feel like dining in, the Club Luna App has your back with online ordering, rewards and offers.
Where:5239 Marathon Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76109
5. Chadra Mezza & Grill
Authentic Mediterranean fares are cooked and plated stunningly at the Chadra Mezza & Grill. The restaurant is an ode to the Lebanese village of Chadra with a private event space, two outdoor patios and full-service catering. Locals recommend the Heavenly Chicken as well as the hearty lunch buffets at this chef-owned restaurant.
Where:1622 Park Pl Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76110,
6. Saffron Sky Mediterranean Bakery Cafe
Fort Worth entrepreneur Sam Shaban started Saffron Sky as a small family business. It is now frequented by hundreds of Fort Worth folk looking for an authentic Lebanese meal. Saffron Sky is also a must-try for meat lovers, to which signature preparations–the Lamb Shank served with vegetable/garlic sauce & pita–stand as a solid testament.
Where:449 N Beach St, Fort Worth, TX 76111
Hours: 11am–3pm; Closed on Sundays.
7. Dimassi’s Mediterranean Buffet
Dimassi’s Buffet unravels the rich story of Lebanese and Mediterranean Food through a simple, delicious menu and a relaxed environment. The family owned franchise has been around since 1992 to make the authentic flavors of the Middle East accessible to local American palettes.
Where: 6357 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116
8. Istanbul Grill Fort Worth
A delectable symphony of Turkish cuisine and wine await patrons who walk into the casually set Istanbul Grill & Bar . The food is meticulously prepared with high quality ingredients curated with thought given to reflecting the rich mosaic of Mediterranean food.
Where: 401 Throckmorton St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
9. Beirut Grill Fort Worth
Sizzling grilled chicken and pita wraps loaded with beef kebabs make only about one fifths of the expansive Mediterranean menu the Beirut Grill Fort. The grills at the Beirut Fort are cooked over charcoal and the flavors ring with a home cooked wholesomeness. The Dallas Fort Worth Mediterranean Food scene doesn’t get any better than this.
Where:8650 Meadowbrook Blvd #154, Fort Worth, TX 76120
10. The Flying Carpet Turkish Cafè
The Flying Carpet is an authentic nineteenth-century Turkish coffee-house that has been preserved in its original style and infrastructure. Enjoy cardamom-scented Turkish coffee, traditional black tea and genuine Ottoman recipes in this historic Fort Worth cafe.
Where: 1223 Washington Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
Hours: 11am–2pm, 5–9pm
Sunday & Monday closed
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