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4213 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

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(504) 891-9282

Cuisine: French Restaurants


4.9 of 5.0 from 53 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Everett PEverything is amazing.

    55555 by Everett P


  • Alison B.Bar is first come first serve, which is great because reservations are required and tough to get.

    55555 by Alison B.


  • Tracy Jo RAmazing. Everything. Killer presentation, excellent service, incredibly food. Make reservation.

    55555 by Tracy Jo R


  • Casey Bgood place for brunch or dinner

    55555 by Casey B


  • Djaniella D.Rising chef, beautiful place, delicious food. The soft cooked egg hummus with harrissa left me speechless. SUPERB! I'd also recommend the falafel sandwich and pretty much anything else.

    55555 by Djaniella D.


  • Amanda S.Eat here once and you'll dream about their pita and hummus for the rest of your days.

    55555 by Amanda S.


  • Rachel MMust order slow cooked lamb !

    55555 by Rachel M


  • Greg SchulerI had a good experience here but didn't walk away loving it.

    55555 by Greg Schuler


  • Bon Appetit MagazineYou can get that creamy, still-warm hummus topped with curried cauliflower, lamb ragu, or a soft-cooked egg. And the lighter-than-air pita emerges still puffy from the wood-burning oven.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Christopher H.Shaya redefined pita bread for me. It is fluffy, out of this world fantastic. I'd normally never order cabbage, whatever magic they use redefined that vegetable for me, too. Lamb hummus best I've had.

    55555 by Christopher H.


  • CNTraveler“A beautifully designed space with tables close enough to feel the community but far enough apart for a private dinner.” - David Bowd, co-owner of Salt House Inn and Eben House in Provincetown, Mass.

    55555 by CNTraveler


  • Ana Clare S.Probably the best meal of my life. I wanted to curl up and live inside the pita.

    55555 by Ana Clare S.


  • Christina jamazing food. it's so simple, but it's done so well. hard to find something on the menu that isn't great. i could eat that avocado toast every day!

    55555 by Christina j


  • Lina LMediocre adaptations of Israeli food.

    55555 by Lina L


  • Sam BBest falafel sandwich EVER.

    55555 by Sam B


  • David SmetanaDelish!! We didn't even leave room for mains or dessert!!

    55555 by David Smetana


  • Tina L.Everything we had was so full of delicious flavor!!!

    55555 by Tina L.


  • GQ MagazineShared dips, pickles, and other mezes sit at the literal and figurative center of the menu, overshadowed only by the steaming, pillowy discs of freshly baked pita that flow from the wood-burning oven.

    55555 by GQ Magazine


  • Jeff M.The lamb shank is absurd!

    33333 by Jeff M.


  • Lauren KAmazing food and ambiance, love this place.

    55555 by Lauren K


  • Manny FerroTried six things but lamb ragu hummus was the best

    55555 by Manny Ferro


  • Manny FerroThe lamb ragu hummus was the best thing i had! You'll eat your weight in bread

    55555 by Manny Ferro


  • a CThe lamb and beef tartare was amazing. Get a bunch of the small plates to split with your party - I loved the brussel sprouts and the baba ganoush

    55555 by a C


  • Tulani B.After radical food poisoning for me and my fellow diners, I cannot recommend. Interesting take on Israeli & Middle Eastern cuisine. Nice staff and decor.

    33333 by Tulani B.


  • Nick C.Great for dates..get hummus. Artichoke toast and don't miss dessert

    55555 by Nick C.


  • Ruben F.The food is OK, with good ambiance and a phenomenal pita. Overall, this place is overrated.

    55555 by Ruben F.


  • Russ DanielsEverything. Seriously.

    33333 by Russ Daniels


  • Erica J.Don't overlook the Persian rice - it's the perfect addition to your larger entree item, and it's delicious enough to eat on it's own.

    55555 by Erica J.


  • Edward DThe slow cooked lamb shank in whipped feta was the best thing I've ever had.

    55555 by Edward D


  • Allie MahlerDelicious food in a laid back setting. Get the fried labneh, cauliflower hummus, and the shakshuka is a must. Make a reservation for lunch or dinner.

    55555 by Allie Mahler


  • Zack NAvocado toast is a must.

    55555 by Zack N


  • Lisa ACauliflower hummus, kibbeh, baba ganouj, Moroccan carrots. Leave room for dessert!

    55555 by Lisa A


  • Terri P.EVERYTHING! Avocado and whitefish toast, cauliflower hummus, pita bread, specialty cocktails, outdoor patio...

    55555 by Terri P.


  • Matt S.Esquire's Best New Restaurant in America 2015 takes on modern Israeli with stellar cauliflower hummus, fresh pita, fresh falafel and can't-miss babaganoush. The winner: duck fat matzo ball soup.

    55555 by Matt S.


  • Nick F.Beware their homemade pita bread will make all other pitas taste like cardboard. It is a must to try here.

    55555 by Nick F.


  • Brooke T.Cauliflower hummus is a must! Awesome falafel too.

    55555 by Brooke T.


  • Brooke T.Hummus & falafel are great

    55555 by Brooke T.


  • Nick F.Awesome place for vegans. The server will even help you out with finding vegan dishes. The chef will even modify dishes to make them vegan.

    55555 by Nick F.


  • Akshay A.Didn't have a bad dish. I don't even like baba ghanoush normally, but I loved it here!

    55555 by Akshay A.


  • Angela JExcellent Middle Eastern food. A unique flair. Modern. Light. Sophisticated. Different. It's the Middle Eastern flavors you want and love but way interesting in terms of flavor & presentation.

    55555 by Angela J


  • Patrizia SMost options are gluten-free and tasty. Since I couldn't have the flatbread I got a selection of vegetables that I could use to dip with. The scallop hummus is worth trying!

    55555 by Patrizia S


  • Coco JMANY OF THE DISHES ARE CLASSIC LEBANESE DISHES. Why do they call it "lsraeli" ?

    55555 by Coco J


  • Paula F.O restaurante é incrível! O pão pitta é o melhor que já comi e as opções de pequenos pratos para a mesa são fantásticas!

    55555 by Paula F.


  • Paula F.In-cre-di-ble! I wish I live nearby to come regularly. Everything was delicious, beautiful and very well made. Their pitta bread is the best of my life.

    55555 by Paula F.


  • Whitney A.Hummus with cauliflower, the falafel sandwich, shakshouka, and of course a Malka blonde.

    55555 by Whitney A.


  • Jenna NEverything is amazing!

    55555 by Jenna N


  • Dan SEverything

    55555 by Dan S


  • Kathryn I.Reservations required. The three or five- dip options plus a hummus are enough to make a meal for two. Vegetarian options galore.

    55555 by Kathryn I.


  • Tyra L.Everything is awesome! The food & drinks are spot on!

    55555 by Tyra L.


  • Bonnie RThere were several different hummus selections. We had curried cauliflower & soft egg. Both amazing!!

    55555 by Bonnie R


  • Bonnie RSeveral hummus selections available. We had curried cauliflower & soft egg.

    55555 by Bonnie R


  • Rebecca MaiselBest pita bread I've ever had! Try it with the curried cauliflower or soft boiled egg w/Harissa hummus.

    55555 by Rebecca Maisel


  • NeilMy new favorite restaurant in New Orleans, by far. You must get the Avocado Toast, which is topped with smoked whitefish. A great appetizer.

    55555 by Neil


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