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Mediterranean cuisine is one of the most diverse out there. It offers a variety of dishes from different regions including Spain, Greece, Turkey, Morocco, and Italy. These dishes are traditionally made with fresh ingredients and herbs that result in a bite that is packed with flavor.

In Las Vegas, you can enjoy the vibrant flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. The city boasts some of the best Mediterranean restaurants that showcase the diverse and delicious dishes from this region. No matter which of our top ten picks you choose, you’re in for a delicious meal.

1. Shalom Y’all

Located in the Proper Eats Food Hall at Aria Resort & Casino, Shalom Y’all is a walk-up Mediterranean restaurant with plenty of amazing and quick options to grab and go before exploring the rest of the city. All of their dishes are made with fresh ingredients, and you can absolutely taste the passion in every dish they make. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Chicken shawarma pita sandwich with roasted cabbage, green chilies, and tahina

Shawarma spiced cauliflower bowl with mixed greens, cured lemon, and a harissa vinaigrette

2. Jerusalem Mediterranean Chef’s Table

For a true taste of authentic Mediterranean cuisine, Jerusalem Mediterranean Chef’s Table is the perfect place. Located only 10 minutes from the Vegas Strip, this family-owned restaurant offers both traditional recipes passed down from each generation, as well as modern twists that will have you coming back for more.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Smoked eggplant carpaccio with sesame tahini, feta, and date honey 

Lebanese chicken fillets with purple beet tahini

Falafel & Fusion Tabbouleh with Turkish apricots and sesame tahini

Address: 4825 W Flamingo Rd #10, Las Vegas, NV 89103

3. Taverna Costera

Located in the arts district, this coastal Mediterranean restaurant combines the flavors of a number of Mediterranean cuisines such as Spanish, Italian, and Greek. In addition to the delicious food, the atmosphere is absolutely incredible and the staff go above and beyond to make your experience a great one.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Jackfruit Fajita Couscous with cilantro Spanish couscous, peppers, and onions

Oyster-Crusted Ribeye Steak with grilled sesame portobellos and sautéed onions, and furikake rice

Address: 1031 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

4. Miznon

For a taste of authentic Israeli street food, Miznon is perfect. Located in The Palazzo, right off the casino floor, you can indulge yourself in rich, long cooked recipes that melt in your mouth. The dishes are bursting with flavor, and are sure to please any palate. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Ribeye Minute Steak with tahini, tomato salsa, pickles, and spicy green peppers

World Famous Baby Cauliflower

5. Istanbul Mediterranean 

For another easy grab-and-go, Istanbul Mediterranean is a fantastic spot. Their sandwiches, wraps, and salads are all made fresh to order, and are packed with flavor. They also have a variety of vegetarian options available. You can find this restaurant in the Grand Bazaar Shops outside of Horseshoe Las Vegas.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Falafel Pita with tzatziki sauce, and red chili garlic sauce.

Beef and Lamb Doner Rice Bowl with crisp vegetables and their signature sauce.

6. Greek Sneek

Tucked away in MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Greek Sneek offers a variety of authentic dishes that are sure to delight everyone in your party. The menu features the bright and fresh flavors of Mediterranean cuisine, while also adding decadent and rich items like feta stuffed chicken, or a buttery sticky toffee cake.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Baked feta with roasted heirloom tomatoes, feta cheese and balsamic glaze

Gyro woodfired pizza with shaved chicken, red onions, tomatoes, and feta

Rack of lamb with braised kale, cherry tomatoes, and a mint reduction

7. Orla

Chef Michael Mina’s Egyptian roots are given a chance to shine through at Orla at Mandalay Bay. The cuisine is a unique blend of modern and traditional flavors that make for some absolutely incredible dishes. Our recommendation is to try the tasting menu, which gives you a sampling of all the best dishes Orla has to offer. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Roasted Pumpkin & Lentil Soup with black kale, and pumpkin seed tahina 

Chargrilled Whole Branzino with steamed wild greens, and a lemon vinaigrette

Slowly Braised Lamb Shank with chickpeas, celery root, and mina spice

8. Estiatorio Milos

You can experience a true taste of fresh Mediterranean flavors at Estiatorio Milos located on Restaurant Row in The Venetian. While they have many different classic dishes to try, Milo’s main feature is their fish market, where you can hand-pick your fresh fish and preparation, as well as the produce that goes with it. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Crab cakes with Santorini piazzi beans

Zucchini flowers stuffed with three cheeses

9. HaSalon

Another restaurant located at The Venetian, HaSalon offers a unique dining experience that gives you a taste of traditional Israeli food in an incredible atmosphere. HaSalon’s kitchen counter is one of the best places to sit, which allows you to watch the chefs in action as they prepare your meal.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Butterflied grilled branzino

Beet tortellini in sage butter.

Wild golden okra with yogurt

10. Meráki Greek Grill

Off the strip, Meráki Greek Grill offers excellent Greek cuisine for an unbelievable price. With authentic flavors complemented by the use of high-quality and fresh ingredients, there is no better place to eat if you’re looking for some amazing Greek food. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Avgolemono (Chicken, rice, and lemon soup)

Gyro Meráki with your choice of Beef & Lamb or Chicken, Tomato, Lettuce, Red Onion, Tzatziki, and Feta

Address: 8015 Blue Diamond Rd. Ste. 100 Las Vegas, NV 89178

Time To Dig in! 

Whatever region of the Mediterranean you are craving, these restaurants all have something special to offer. From grab-and-go spots to high-end dining, there is something for everyone to enjoy. If you try any of the spots, comment below and let us know how it was!

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