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Hummus 21 Kosher Mediterranean Cuisine
Co-Owner Zak, Stylist Patricia Parenti, Publicist Miriam Silverberg and TV Host Entertainment Journalist Cognac Wellerlane pose for a photo-op at Hummus 21 Kosher Mediterranean Restaurant during New York Fashion Week
Co-Owner Zak and TV Host and Entertainment Journalist Cognac Wellerlane pose for a photo-op at Hummus 21 Kosher Mediterranean Restaurant during New York Fashion Week
During New York Fashion Week I had the pleasure of dining at many fabulous eateries in Manhattan especially one little treasure was Hummus 21 Kosher Mediterranean Restaurant.
I sat down with Co-Owner Zak and talked about the many signature dishes that the restaurant is famous for.
Their menu is characterized by an incredible fusion of Mediterranean flavors and a predominant use of fresh herbs that characterizes each entrée. Hummus 21's ideology is based on the health, cleanliness, and sophistication of their unique ingredients! And with a variety of Glatt Kosher meat and vegan menu options from hummus to soups and salads to Laffa and Shakshuka,poultry, beef, lamb and fish to steaks, there's truly something for everyone in your party to enjoy.
Whatever you choose, you can rest assured that each dish was prepared with care to ensure only the best flavors come through. Bring your friends and family to Hummus 21 for an amazing brunch, lunch, and dinner. They pride themselves on exceptional customer service and aim to treat each guest like royalty!
And that is exactly how I felt dining on an array of wonderful dishes. For starters we dined on Babaganush which is grilled eggplant mixed with tahini sauce. Served with achoice of white or whole-wheat pita bread, Israeli Chopped Salad
Chopped tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, parsley, mint andlemon dressing and Moroccan Carrots which is marinated cooked carrots in chef’s special spices and herbs.
The restaurant is famous for their Hummus21 a healthy hummus mixed with wholechickpeas, no olive oil. Served withfinger carrots, cucumber and celery.
For dinner we dined on Lamb Kebab which were delicate cubes of tender lamb marinated in spices, chargrilled to perfection. Served with mejadra rice and white tahinisauce. We also had the Chicken Kebab, a boneless chicken breast (white meat) grilled on a skewer marinated with rosemary, chili, olive oil and paprika. Served on a sizzler with vegetable rice and harisa sauce on the side.
All in all the dinner was just incredibly delicious and true to its name as the perfect Kosher Mediterranean Cuisine Restaurant
For more information please visit www.hummus21.com
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