Nashville is home to about 15,000 Kurdish people — the largest concentration of Kurds in the United States. The Kurds hail from a region encompassing parts of southeastern Turkey, northern Iraq, northwestern Iran, and northern Syria. Unsurprisingly, Kurdish cuisine has similar qualities to its neighboring regions and resembles other Middle Eastern fare, with a typical dishes including lamb or chicken, vegetables, rice, and dairy products. So where can you find Kurdish food in Nashville? There are numerous spots located in the South Nashville neighborhood dubbed, “Little Kurdistan,” including these top spots.
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