Can hummus be haute? Yes, in this laid-back Jerusalem-stone room, where chef Michael Solomonov brilliantly reinterprets Israeli street food. Zero in on the meze—say, Sephardic minted-leek fritters with sheep’s cheese and honey, or kibbe naya, a Middle Eastern lamb-and-bulgur tartare scented with allspice.
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From Food & Wine , FEB 2011
Green Aisle sells thousands of tubs of hummus made by local chef Michael Solomonov of...MORE
From Food & Wine , MAY 2008
Solomonov, who spent the past two years as executive chef of Marigold Kitchen, has opened a new restaurant...MORE
From Food & Wine , DEC 2008
My favorite was the cauliflower florets, fried until sweet and caramelized. Crisp enough to pick up with your fingers, they’re a terrific bar snack...MORE