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Maha
Top Middle Eastern Restaurant

Melbourne CBD, 3000
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12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm
12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm
12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm
12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm
12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm
6pm - 10pm12pm - 3pm
6pm - 10pm

ABOUT Maha
Top Middle Eastern Restaurant

Located in a sub-basement on Bond Street, in Melbourne's bustling CBD, Maha Restaurant sits.

At Maha, head chef, Shane Delia, and his team create sensual and full flavoured Middle Eastern food like nothing you’ve tasted before. Using a fresh, innovative and unrestricted approach with Mediterranean influences, he skillfully redefines the ancient cuisine through modern dining.

At Maha, we aim to show the world what can be done with Middle Eastern flavours in a contemporary setting. This new and fresh approach to Middle Eastern cuisine has seen Maha earn One Chefs Hat in The Age Good Food Guide annually since 2009.

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