Mamnoon Street is the fast-casual reincarnation of Mamnoon, which is our favorite Middle Eastern spot in the city. They have the same awesome mezzes like hummus and baba ganoush, but also easily-transportable things like chicken shawarma, falafel wraps on homemade pita, and spicy cilantro french fries with zaatar mayo. The inside is pretty plain, but works like a charm for a quick lunch in South Lake Union or low-key dinner.
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