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Restaurants in the 18e, Paris

I've found a number of interesting restaurants within walking distance of the apartment I'll be renting in Paris in the 18e. Very few of them have recent reviews, so I'm wondering if anybody can recommend any of the following:
Ephese, Les Delices de Grece, L'Olympic Café, Afghani, Le Mono, Le Nioumré, and Le Mini-Resto. Plus one French bistro: Au Gamin de Paris.
I love food from Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, North Africa, and Ethiopia, and am unfamiliar with, but very curious about, the cuisines of other African countries. So I'd really appreciate recommendations of other good places to eat in the 18e/north 9e with food from Greece/the Middle East/Africa.

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