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Shakshuka is a traditional Palestinian dish of eggs baked in a tomato sauce. The origin of the word shakshuka is debated, but most likely it comes from the Arabic for "mixture," and the dish itself probably got its start as just that: a mixture of odds and ends cooked in a pan, or a tagine with eggs. Anybody from the Middle East will lightened up, if you mention you are having Shakshuka: it’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner served with lots of pita bread.
We offer fresh, authentic, rustic Palestinian & Middle Eastern food with a hint of the Mediterranean. Pomegranate, sumac, almonds, za’atar, mint, lemons, figs, pine nuts all add to the smell of real Palestinian food, that you can enjoy in our eclectic restaurant. The décor is based on a Bedouin tent merged with pieces from “one thousand and one nights” (and no we do not have a flying carpet). More