I love this but my dad loves it more it is very athuthentic Middle Eastern food I still love and you should try so do they have calm hours
We expected a lot more from this place. It's essentially a self-service canteen with a variety of fairly mediocre middle Eastern foods. The chokklava (chocolate bakklava), however was a surprise hit! Shouldn't be in the top 10 in Raleigh!
Fresh and tasty every time I've been. You have to queue up to be served (line moves quickly) and depending on the meal, handed your plate in line or plate with meats (freshly cooked) delivered to your table. Good middle eastern bakery goodies there as well.
As so many state, Neomonde has great diversity of choices. The build your own platter at lunch is not to be missed. The fresh bread is a delight. That said, 2x at dinner showed 'leftovers' from which to create a plate. Few diners were there so maybe does not pay them to make fresh food for the case. Options were... More
Want something different and absolutely fresh and flavorful? You must make this a stop for lunch. Lebanese food served with large portions using the freshest ingredients. Outside dining. Recommend.
Market features canned and packaged goods, and cafe area features freshly made Middle Eastern food that you can see before you select. Great selection and prices; take-out and eat-in. This is one of three sites, so I hope the family-run business is doing well. A serendipitous discovery for us!
I am a regular customer at Neomonde (both Morrisville and Raleigh locations) and the always do a great job, from sandwiches, kebabs all the way to baba ghanoush and kale salad. They also catered lunches for 3 cycling events I organized and the participants were blown away with how good the food was. The place is not cheap but the... More
Being a local, I have eaten here close to a hundred times over the past ~10 years. This is freshly made Mediterranean food, and you can get a great meal for $10-12. The best route to go in my opinion is to get the "Make your own" Sampler. For $9, you can select 4 items from a selection of about... More
Stumbled across Neomonde only a year ago and we try to go as often as possible! This Middle Eastern cafeteria style market has all different kinds of foods to try. My husband and I spent a couple years in Turkey, and a lot of the cuisine is similar. My favorite: Mjadarah - a rice, lentils & caramelized onion dish, Tabouli... More
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