Any good middle east restaurant in Shanghai?

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  1. A new addition to the Shanghai Middle Eastern Food scene, Makan offers a range of modern rendtions of classic dishes from Dubai, the Levant and the Middle Eastern Region.
  2. Moroccan is rare fare here in Shanghai, let alone the elevated preparations you can find here at Tajine. Located right at the elevated highway's Bund exit, you can't miss the place - housed within the same building as Goodfellas. Come here for couscous, pastilla, hummus, harira, and seafood, as well as cocktails and hookahs and of course: tajine.
  3. Sitting in the heart of the city, Pera offers a beautiful Turkish and Mediterranean decor and atmosphere while enjoying delicious food and drinks either in or outside. And as a new concept in Shanghai, the menu at Pera boasts an assortment of seafood along with traditional Turkish dishes that gives you a true taste of Turkey. On the weekends, the restaurant is filled with the sounds of the Mediterranean, which elevates the already exciting dining experience.
  4. This Middle Eastern restaurant on Hengshan Lu is well-known for serving a variety of traditional Middle Eastern cuisine, from hummus and baba ghanouj to rice pilaf and seared kebabs with cumin and garlic. The atmosphere is also very classic Middle Eastern with belly dancers shimmying their hips to the live music and shisha pipes available for some after-dinner chill-axing.
  5. Go back in time to the Ottoman Empire at Efes, a Turkish restaurant right in the heart of Pudong. Located among some of the tallest buildings in the world, Efes maintains true to its traditional Turkish roots while embracing its contemporary setting by serving a modern twist on Turkish classics and healthy Mediterranean cuisine. Their chargrilled kebabs with a glass of Raki are sure to make you feel like you’re dining in Istanbul.
  6. Set up in a cozy wooden house overlooking Nanchang Rd, Pasha serves authentic Turkish cuisine. Their menu features more than just kebabs (though they have those too), including stuffed eggplants, grilled meats, salads, yogurts, hummus plates, and much more. In addition, they import all of their beer and wine from Turkey. Check them out for a casual lunch or a more refined dinner experience!