Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

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Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby sedition » 28 Nov 2008, 21:14

Hey folks,

Are there any good Middle-Eastern restaurants in Taipei that have falafel and chicken wraps and hummus and stuff like that.

I'm also looking for some good authentic Greek restaurants in Taipei.

Any advice would be swell.


Thanks in advance.
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby sandman » 28 Nov 2008, 22:52

SAbaba. But do a search. I don't have time to provide you with the many links on the subject right now.
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Joesox » 28 Nov 2008, 23:22

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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Juba » 29 Nov 2008, 00:17

Mykonos

Check the Friday editions of newspapers for restaurant listings.
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby sedition » 29 Nov 2008, 00:43

Thanks very much.
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Joesox » 29 Nov 2008, 10:39

Juba wrote:Mykonos

Check the Friday editions of newspapers for restaurant listings.

That link doesn't work for me. (Neither do half the ones in your signature, by the way.)
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Ah Q » 29 Nov 2008, 15:38

Juba wrote:Mykonos

Check the Friday editions of newspapers for restaurant listings.


Is Mykonos still open? I would love me some of that greek food - but a google search only comes up with some reviews from 2+ years back

I once walked past a greek place very near Da'an station, in one of the alleys behind Xinyi road. I don't think it was open, though...
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Baba Kebaba » 05 Dec 2008, 00:10

Hey, I'd like to plug Baba Kebaba.
It's in the Shi-Da area, and serves shish kebabs, falafel, dolma, hummus, pita pockets and other such yummy things.
Check us out!

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Shish Kebab Combo.

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Lunch Special.
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby hungryintaipei » 05 Dec 2008, 09:37

mmm. I've never heard of Baba Kebaba.. looks great.. how long have they been around?

Is Truva still around?
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Re: Middle Eastern Restaurants in Taipei?

Postby Rascal » 05 Dec 2008, 10:07

Ah Q wrote:Is Mykonos still open? I would love me some of that greek food - but a google search only comes up with some reviews from 2+ years back

I once walked past a greek place very near Da'an station, in one of the alleys behind Xinyi road. I don't think it was open, though...

I was there a couple of months ago.
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