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Au Za'atar

Restaurants, Lebanese East Village
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Time Out says

Named after the Middle Eastern spice blend, this Arabian-French bistro showcases the family recipes of Lebanese home cook Salwa Fallous. Highlighting the flavors of the Levant and North Africa, Fallous offers dishes like lamb shank with Armagnac-prune sauce, Tunisian merguez couscous and Lebanon's national dish, kibbe kras (bulgur wheat with beef, onions and pine nuts). The 46-seat restaurant, outfitted with burgundy banquettes, exposed-brick walls and a five-stool bar, also offers organic wines and craft beers (Left Hand Milk Stout, Magic Hat #9).

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Address: 188 Ave A
New York
10009
Cross street: at 12th St
Transport: Subway: L to First Ave
Price: Average entrée: $17. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Opening hours: Daily 9am–midnight
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