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Whether or not you catch the energetic Liza Asseily hanging around her 17-year-old Lebanese restaurant, be prepared to eat a lot because just about everything on the menu is worth prioritizing. You’ll see classics like perfectly crisp falafel and beef kébbé (served with the most addicting tabboulé chimichurri sauce), along with more creative flourishes - like adding black citron and hazelnuts to labneh and sweet tomato marmalade alongside grilled halloumi. Under no circumstances can you skip the riz au lait with orange caramel and rose petals for dessert, and to help you get over feeling a little fuller than you might like, order a café blanc (“white coffee″), aka hot water and raw fleur d’oranger made in a French press.