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The idea behind Sahara Mediterranean Restaurant & Grill was to create a properly modern Turkish and North African restaurant in Sydney that suited contemporary tastes in terms of the cuisine on offer and atmosphere. That dream came true in 1999 with the opening of Sahara in the Westfield Parramatta shopping complex along Argyle Street, treating locals and shoppers from around Sydney to mouthwatering grills, healthy salads, Turkish pide, and big mezze platters perfect for sharing. Sahara is a busy place, so be sure to book ahead, especially if you are looking to order one of the restaurant’s lavish banqueting menus.
Indeed, for a properly opulent Turkish and Arabic dining experience at what has to be one of Westfield Parramatta’s most stylish restaurants, enquire about Sahara Mediterranean Restaurant & Grill’s banquet dinners. Available at two fixed price points per person – the Sahara Banquet and the Sultan Banquet – the most luxurious of these includes a plethora of authentic Turkish and Moroccan dishes over several courses: mezeler (dips and bread as starters) and salads, yemekler (main courses) like gourmet Turkish pide, chicken and Adana lamb skewers, pilaf rice, iskender, and melt-in-your-mouth pistachio baklava for dessert. Undoubtedly a favourite for Sydney’s fans of Arabic eating!
Sahara Mediterranean Restaurant & Grill is just as fantastic for casual dining, whether you head over to Sahara in the Westfield Parramatta along Argyle Street with the sole intention of indulging in some of Sydney’s finest Turkish and Moroccan food, or need a quick bite to eat and a pick-me-up while you shop. Their lunch and dinner a la carte menus are as comprehensive as they come, with the house specialties being the obvious choice if you want to test the authentic mettle of this particularly on point Arabic cuisine-focused restaurant.