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Sunday, 13 November 2016



whoa?! too hot!


What on earth is wrong with SoCal? I'm going to be there on the 1st of the 2017. I guess I will be packing shorts and t-shirts.


Man has it been hot Kat!

I dunno Billy...the way things are going, it might be snowing! lol!


Two suggestions for similar meze and middle eastern options

1) if you ever end up in Philadelphia try a place called Zahav. It's legendary in the city and was my favorite place to visit by far.

2) the place cafe near UTC. Run by a couple of Israeli christians they make falafel and hummus as good as anything I ever got in Israel.


Hi Loren - Do you mean Place Café? I've had them on my list for a while.

Derek Ray

I just found this place about 3-4 months ago and it's become a favorite. Their garlic paste is to die for and the owner is always happy for a chat. Their dinner feast thing is really good too and worth trying.


Hi Derek - For some reason we haven't taken to the meat offerings here. They do make a nice garlic paste....though I thought Alforon's version was better...hmmm....another place I haven't been to in a while.



Place cafe it is. It's well worth your visit but I would also strongly recommend the truffle fries.


Thanks Loren - I'll move that up my list.

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