Tag Archive for Lebanese

Middle Eastern Hummus Chain Semsom Eatery Comes to Astor Place

Middle Eastern Hummus Chain Semsom Eatery Comes to Astor Place

Source: Eater NY

Put down that Sabra hummus and try real hummus from Middle Eastern hummus chain Semsom. According to Eater, the Lebanese hummus restaurant chain just opened its first U.S. outpost on Astor Place. This store even embraces the weird New York obsession with Pat LaFrieda meat (which is used to make their Lebanese meatballs). There is also a small market area that sells spices, pomegranate molasses, and just a few other Lebanese kitchen staples.

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Souk & Sandwich to Roll Out Dinner Options

Souk & Sandwich to Roll Out Dinner Options

Source: Eater NY

If your paycheck won’t allow a visit to Au Za’atar this month, how about try their new take-out Lebanese spot Souk & Sandwich. According to Eater, the team is debuting its dinner menu tomorrow night. You can expect to eat lots of kebabs, veggie dishes and stews like bamiye bil ahem which is baby okra stew with lamb, tomato, onion and cilantro.

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Souk & Sandwich Serving Up Lebanese Sandwiches in the West Village

Souk & Sandwich Serving Up Lebanese Sandwiches in the West Village

Source: Eater NY

If veal livers sandwiches have been a hard find, look no further than the newly opened Souk & Sandwich. Owner Tarik Fallous just opened the West Village takeout spot which serves up fresh grilled flatbread filled with Lebanese fillings, according to Eater. Some options include, falafel, lamb kebab, spiced Lebanese sausage, and veal livers with onions and pickles. There are veggie options as well, such as marinated and fried cauliflower with tomatoes and tahini, and a sandwich of labne, boiled egg, scallions, olives, and mint.

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