Do not look for a sign out front—instead look for the Egyptian eye. Marble-tile floors, a mosaic-tiled ceiling, and funky, eclectic décor are the hobby of the chef whose first love is the savory food he creates. Lamb and beef sausage with chickpeas and tomato, herb- and rice-stuffed chicken, Egyptian molasses-glazed duck and braised lamb tajeen are herbed and spiced. If the choice is too daunting, opt for the tasting menu, which offers a sampling of a good bit of the menu. BYOB allowed.
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