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Naf Naf Grill
Middle Eastern Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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5716 W Touhy Ave Niles, IL 60714
5716 West Touhy AvenueUSIllinoisNiles60714
$Middle Eastern RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
At Naf Naf, we believe the world is a beautiful place filled with cultures and foods that need to be experienced and cherished. Everything prepared here is made by hand, using only fresh ingredients.
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Modern Middle Eastern counter-serve chain dishing up shawarma & falafel on pitas, rice or salads.- Google
"Their pita bread is always soft and tender."
"My favorite middle eastern restaurant in all of Midwest!"
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oren chen
a week ago
Amazing Food. I love this place. the food is always fresh and they have an AMAZING AMAZING pitas. Will come again for sure.
Judith Singer
5 months ago
I'm torn between Israeli and Lebanese style foods, which is why I think Naf Naf kills it in some ways but not in others. I love the soft, yeasty pita I get at great Israeli style places like this. It's tender and moist, unlike the drier, tougher pita favored in Lebanese fare. Same for shawarma, schnitzel and hummus, all of which I find more balanced in seasoning and cooked more delicately In the Israeli style. Israeli style salads and babaganoush like those found at Naf Naf, though, leave me a little cold; I prefer the more robust and complex flavors of the Lebanese style dishes found at places like Pita Inn. That said, Naf Naf is a terrific place for fresh middle eastern fare, and their mixed plates are a treasure: you can get proteins like their yummy shawarma or falafel served on top of a big dish of hummus, which is an economical alternative to ordering a la carte. Their spicy pickles (free) are a great addition.
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Lukasz Gadek
2 years ago
I only ordered small lunch for a pick up. Great service. had hard time finding a place, but i called, and they got me exactly where i needed to be. Food was delicious. Tasted very fresh. I will definitely come back, and recommend it to anyone that wants tasty lunch at a very reasonable price. Only bad thing would be that the sauce has a lot of spices in it, and it pretty much requires brushing your teeth 3 times before the smell goes away. Not recommended if you work in sales, or any field that you have to deal with people direct.
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Jamar Wheeler
a year ago
Ignore the trolls! This place is great. Pita Inn definitely takes a backseat to this place. Will be making monthly trips to this place from now on. Monthly just because I'm one of those people who have to "switch it up".
jacqulin davis
3 months ago
Ordered take out. I love the food from NafNaf Grill in Aurora,so when I saw there was one near me I was excited. Customer service sucks. The cashier had a horrible attitude.
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Jay Hawkinson
a year ago
I had heard about Naf Naf originally from Steve Dolinsky and finally was in the right spot to give it a go (my car was being repaired across the street at Star Nissan). Man, was he ever right; this place is the jam. Not a huge menu but good enough for a quick made-to-order delicious lunch. I got the Chicken Shawarma in a pita with chips. Loved it so much went back the next day for the same thing only with the soup. Is this the best Shawarma? No. But it's pretty darn good for the price, quality and consistency. Discovered they opened a location closer to my home so I can visit even more often!
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Oscar B. Chacon
10 months ago
Clean location. Dissapointed w food. Gourmet pita is across the street; a Lil more, no as pretty a location, a bit more expensive... but food tastes much better. Try it and I'm sure you'll agree.
Scott Lurie
a year ago
This place to me was really nothing special. There are plenty competitors around the area that offer the same dishes but in a fresher manor. It is a nice place to go if you are looking for quick middle eastern food to go though. The bakery is a nice feature that they have, but again, their competition in Pita Inn 5 minutes away makes it difficult to go here.


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