Best Italian Restaurants Near Me In al-Hasaka Syria

Looking for Best Italian Restaurants Near Me In al-Hasaka Syria ? look no further browse the best rated restaurants below. We have 273 restaurant listings in this city.
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The Griddle Cafe Posted on 5/20/2016
TheGriddleCafeGreat pancakes for lunch, excellent place for breakfast. The food is good, great coffee, huge pancakes and amazing service.
Sushi Tei Restaurant Posted on 5/6/2016
SushiTeiRestaurantExcellent Japanese food restaurant with delicious salmon fish, teriyaki sauce, bento dishes and baked garlic rice. Comfortable and clean environment with friendly staff.
Jack Fry's 1007 Bardstown Rd, Louisville KY, 40204 Posted on 3/18/2017
JackFrysBardstownRdLouisvilleKYJACK FRY'S was established in 1933 by Jack Fry and his wife, Flossie. Fry was known as a rambling, gambling kind of guy who loved amateur boxing and the ponies. As a result, Jack Fry's became a sports
Pochi Chilean Cuisine and Wine Bar Posted on 3/18/2017
PochiChileanCuisineandWineBarPochi Restaurant; Chilean Cuisine and Wine Bar was born from the vision of Patricia Millan and her mother of perpetuating their family’s almost century old recipes; uniquely blending vast culinary ele
Marblehead Chowder House Posted on 3/19/2017
MarbleheadChowderHouseFounded in 1996 the ideas for the Marblehead Chowder House were actually hatched a few years before. Sitting at “The Barnacle,” overlooking Marblehead Harbor one raw winter day, while the spume from t