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Restaurants, Lebanese Williamsburg

Time Out says

Whether you’re craving falafel or just looking for a quick, fresh meal in Williamsburg, Wafa’s has got you covered. This authentic Lebanese restaurant draws on the recipes and culinary traditions that the chef learned in her mom’s kitchen. Start with classic mezzes like stuffed grape leaves ($6.95), baba ganoush ($5.95) or tabouli ($5.95). You can also mix and match vegetarian dishes like falafel with tahini, fried cauliflower and hummus to create a veg-heavy platter ($11.95). Carnivores might opt for chicken shawarma ($7.95 for a sandwich, $13.95 for a platter), lamb shish kabob ($8.95 for a sandwich, $14.95 for a platter) or kibbe, croquettes of ground lamb, beef and cracked wheat ($8.95 for a sandwich, $14.95 for a platter). Sweeten the deal with rice pudding ($4.95), baklava ($6.95) or kanafeh ($7.50) for dessert.



Address: 812 Grand St
Cross street: between Bushwick Ave and Humboldt St
Transport: Subway: L to Grand Street
Price: Average price: $8-$15
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs: 11am-9pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: CLOSED
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