Top 4 Arabic Coffees in Toronto

There’s something about Arabic coffee that makes it the go-to drink for Middle Eastern millennials in Toronto. Well, for one, it has a distinctive aroma and flavor. For the uninitiated, they might say that it resembles tea more than coffee. If you want to enjoy a cup of authentic Arabic coffee in Toronto, below are the places where you can find one.

  1. Hailed Coffee

Hailed Coffee is known as bringing the Arabic coffee culture in Toronto. Not only will you be able to enjoy an authentic Arabic coffee experience, you can also taste their pistachio baklava that is said to be the best in town.

To ensure that you enjoy their signature fragrant blend, Hailed Coffee imports its beans from Ethiopia and Yemen. An order of Arabic coffee comes in a small pot that is meant for two people, which makes it ideal for dates. And you will have a lot of time talking to each other because a pot takes around 20 minutes in order to extract all the flavors from the coffee.

  1. Arz Bakery

Don’t let the bakery in its name fool you. It is a supermarket that sells everything, and you can get Arabic coffee from its coffee bar that is found at the back of the store. They have a patio where you can sit and enjoy coffee and lunch.

While you are there, take a look at the Armenian, Lebanese, and other Middle Eastern food that they have to offer. They have a wide range of freshly baked goods, and shawarma. Then order a pot of Arabic coffee, and you are all set.

  1. Al-Mandi Restaurant

If you are looking for Middle Eastern dishes in Toronto, as well as a pot of Arabic coffee, then head to the Al-Mandi Restaurant in Dan forth Avenue. It is the perfect place to enjoy an authentic Middle Eastern gastronomic experience. On the downside, service can be slow. However, the food is good for the price, and they come in good portions. Everything tastes good, and you will surely ask for seconds.

  1. Nasib’sShawarma

Nasib’sShawarma serves one of the best Arabic coffees in Toronto. And the best thing about it is that it is free. They serve the coffee after your dinner. Everything is homemade, from the shawarma and kafta platter to the falafel and sandwiches. They have the best shawarma in Toronto. Ask any locals of their favorite shawarma, and they will tell you that it is Nasib’s. Arabic coffee is not in their menu, but you can ask for a pot after your dinner.

These are the top 4 Arabic coffee places in Toronto. Do you know any other Arabic coffee spots in the city? Share it with us in the comments section below.

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