Mediterranean standby in Andersonville.

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An Andersonville favorite for satisfying Middle Eastern food. All the basics—hummus, baba ghanoush, crispy falafel—can be had, as well as vegetable couscous with spicy harissa and chicken, beef, or kefta kebabs served with warm pita and rice. Weekend brunch is also given a Mediterranean twist, featuring items such as Tunisian-style eggs, a Lebanese omelet with lamb, fig or date crepes, and pancakes with dates and walnuts.

Laura Levy Shatkin

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