Along with Utah’s best falafel, Mazza restaurant in Salt Lake City also offers a wide array of Middle Eastern dishes including lamb and rice dolaa, musakhan, shawarma and kebabs, delectable baked kafta, maghmoor and much, much more. Mazza owner Ali Sabbah keeps a tight rein on his restaurants, so the service and food is always top-notch. Beginning as a small, counter service falafel parlor, Mazza has blossomed into the city’s finest full-service Middle Eastern eatery, complete with an adventurous wine list that features an international selection of wines, including some from Lebanon, Morocco and Greece. Along with Utah’s best falafel, Mazza also offers a wide array of Middle Eastern dishes including lamb and rice dolaa, musakhan, shawarma and kebabs, delectable baked kafta, maghmoor and much, much more. Before you head out the door, be sure to indulge in Mazza’s signature cream pudding, called kanafeh, with shredded phyllo dough, garnished with pistachios and drizzled with orange blossom syrup.

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