Filed in best middle eastern restaurants | February 18, 2019
With scrumptious dishes by the talented Bjorn Shen, Artichoke boasts a strong personality like no other. Making its way up the list of Middle-Eastern cuisine since opening its doors in 2010, Artichoke is a fun, feisty and flavorful kitchen that is definitely worth visiting.
- Funky Middle-Eastern inspired menu: Cleverly mixing flavours from the East and West, Bjorn has excelled with creating the ultimate menu that will surprise your taste-buds. Featuring finger-licking wings, fall-off-the-bone succulent pieces of lamb, along with some Lebanese favorites such as Baba Ganoush, the selection at Artichoke fails to disappoint even the fussiest of eaters. If you’re tired of the usual Middle-Eastern standard cuisine, Artichoke’s menu will spice it up with all the right twists to leave you hungry for more.
- Artichoke cookbook available to recreate your favorites: Drooling over the Hot Skillet Prawns? Get your hands on Artichoke’s own cookbook to make all of their top-dishes in the comfort of your own kitchen. Featuring 267 pages of recipes, this book is the ultimate treat for your foodie friends.
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MENU: From wings and drinks, to family mezzes and pizzas, this place caters for everyone’s taste. Finish off with gorgeous sweets to hit the spot, after nibbling on bites or indulging with their cheese supreme pizza.
- Lebanese Fried Chicken
- Baba Ganoush
- Hot Skillet Prawns
- Iraqi Spiced Mushrooms
- Turkish Bread
- Iberico Pork
ATMOSPHERE: Delicate but loud colors paint the walls of Artichoke’s eclectic venue, where beautifully patterned vibrant high chairs and sleek white tables cover the floors. Bursting with artsy vibes and creativity, Artichoke is not your typical Middle Eastern restaurant – but the food will take you on a cultural ride, regardless of the setting.
AVERAGE PRICE/PAX: $40++ brunch, $60++ dinner