Chamoun’s Way is serving up Lebanese street foods in a sliver of a space near K-Town. Food is offered three ways – on a classic pita, as a bowl with salad or traditional Lebanese vermicelli rice. Diners can add on chicken shawarma, beef shawarma, beef kufta and chicken shish taouk, along with falafel and seasoned cauliflower. Other offerings include kibbeh, home-style grape leaves, hummus, baba ghanouj, and a Lebanese cheeseburger. Sauces range from lemon tahini and garlic to spicy and tzatziki. For dessert, there’s muhallabiya, a traditional milk pudding called, baklava and knafeh. This is Chamoun's second location. The original can be found at 1237 1st Ave in Manhattan.
Chamoun’s Way is located at 888 6th Ave, New York, NY
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