After walking the Highline and enjoying a gorgeous daw walking from Greenwich Village down to Chelsea, we met some friends for a late lunch at Dizengoff. Admittedly, I am already a bit of a fan as I own and cook from the Zahav cookbook and watched Chef Solomonov's Netflix special. Still, our group of 9 feasted like kings and queens on our lunch of shakshuka, hummus and pita, salatim and chicken. As a vegetarian I appreciated the fresh salatim which tasted as good as they do from your corner restaurant in Israel. The hummus was a standout! We had the traditional version which was absolutely delicious and authentic. The picked cucumbers were my favorite. Also loved the beet salad and the carrot salad. The shakshuka was good but I still prefer the version served at Ottolenghi restaurants in London and the recipe I make at home. But all around I highly recommend a stop here for anyone who loves Israeli or Mediterranean food!
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