Au Za’atar Restaurant Their shawarma grill on the table is very unique, I haven’t experienced that anywhere else. Don’t look for it in the menu though, it is prepared as special order only. And also something to note, special orders don’t come cheap!
Outdoor seating was fine, the service was very nice.
- Name : Au Za’atar Restaurant
- Worktime : , 11AM–11PM
- Type : mediterranean food restaurant
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- Prices : $$
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Au Za’atar Restaurant Address :
Avenue A, New York, United States
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I’ve been waiting to go to Au Zaatar. Had such a great meal there. My friend and I shared the falafel pizza. It was delicious. I had the lamb kebabs with a side of fries and the lamb was tender and flavorful. Fries were delicious too. Very well seasoned and crispy. I love that they give you a bunch of sauces as well. Can’t wait to go back..
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Visitors’ Comments :
comment 1 :
100% halal and delicious! From the hummus, labne, sumac fries to the chicken/lamb/beef kofta it was amazing!!!! Lamb chops were the best out of it all. Def worth the drive for!!! They have outdoor and indoor dining. Place does get packed and it’s small so reservations are recommended.
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Awesome Lebanese/middle eastern food. We were a party of 4 so ordered many things. The place is covid safe – has outdoor seating and indoors. The tables indoors were partitioned, all waiters wore masks, etc.
For appetizers we got Fattet Al-Betenjane, spicy hummus and spicy falafel.The spice is not heat but the taste spice – it has some zing 🙂 but won’t make you sweat. All of them were great, it is served with pita bread. I don’t like eggplant in general but the others loved the Fattet Al-Betenjane. I enjoyed the hummus and falafel – the falafel was crisp was crisp but soft on the inside, went down very well.
For entree, I shared the chicken kabab with another diner. The chicken portion was quite large so you need to be hungry otherwise you won’t finish it. I thought it had a hint of saffron, coriander (powder) spice (?) in the addition to the regular Lebanese spices. It came with a rice that was out of this world – had some of the crispy parts which I guess is from the bottom of the pan (?) – went down very well with the chicken. My other 2 diners were not too hungry so they ordered couple other starters which they liked.
The service was attentive; would recommend going there for tasty Lebanese food.