There're so many cultures that create so many delicious kinds of food, although most of them end up being yogurt. For a joint filling you with food from all manner of the other kind of cultures you originally thought that meant, get to King Tut
Sitting in the former digs of Cafe Leila, Tut's a cozy, quiet BYO plating cuisine ranging from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean in a dining room with a glass dessert counter, lots of brick, a back wall highlighted by a floor-to-ceiling bamboo panel, and an amorphous mosaic of metallic tiles -- but not Metallica tiles, 'cause those are made with sand, man. Starters sway Middle Eastern, with grape leaves stuffed with rice and mint, Adas bi Hamod (a black lentil sauté with garlic, peppers, and lemon), spinach pies, and Loubieh Bil Zeit: a roasted mix of tomatoes, onions, and dandelions, aka Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson when they wear bowties and sock garters. Mains, meanwhile, pull from multiple cultures, as Indian dishes like Chicken Korma and peas/ potatoes/ curry Aloe Mutter join classic Middle Eastern like beef and chicken shawarmas, and specials like the steamed halibut/ brown rice Sayadieh, pretty much ensuring no Goonie will ever order it. Sound it out
In addition to all the Tequiza you'll be toting in, they're also serving traditional Arabic coffee and karkadeh teas, plus desserts like house-made baklawa and namoura, which consists of honey, walnuts, and farina, the Dennis version of which is highly adept at creating characters that always end up being from the same culture.