Reliable Middle Eastern fare in a shotgun storefront.

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This Andersonville shotgun storefront is a reliable proletarian alternative to the comparatively bougie atmosphere up the street at Reza’s and Andies. Orders for tightly rolled lavosh wraps—-falafel, hummus, grape leaf, lamb kebab, chicken and beef shawarma—-are taken next to a bathroom sink through a hole in the tiny kitchen. They’re delivered to eight tables in the stark dining area, along with a nice lentil soup and salads (Lebanese, fattoush, tabouli, chicken). The falafel seems particularly popular, if unusually bready.

Mike Sula

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