Mazeish Grill brings the flavors of the Middle East to the Lower East Side. Start with an array of appetizers known as mezze. If you’re dining with a group, a few orders of lightly fried artichoke hearts ($6.50), spicy hummus ($6.50), baba ganoush ($6.50) and fried halloumi cheese ($6) should do the trick. For the main course, you might order a big platter of bedouin chicken with pita crisps and tahini yogurt ($14), beef kufta with tabouleh chimichurri ($16) or a mixed grill of chicken kebab, kufta and falafel served with rice, hummus, pickled red cabbage, yogurt and more ($22). Health-conscious eaters also have the option of lighter entrees like the Greek salad ($12) or falafel halloumi salad ($16). Don’t leave without trying the baklava, which the chef makes using an 150-year-old recipe ($4.50). Mazeish Grill also hosts Displaced Dinners, where recently resettled refugees discuss their culture over a meal of their native cuisine.