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Zizi Limona

  • 129 Havemeyer St. Map It
  • Brooklyn
  • Middle Eastern

Published 04/05/2017

Fodor's Review

This casual neighorhood bistro serves mouthwateringly good Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes, drawing inspiration from the cuisines of Israel, Morocco, Greece, Turkey, and Southern Italy. You could easily make a meal of the tapas-style "Small Zi's," like the babaghanoush with basil and feta, the silky hummus, and falafel with tomato salsa and yogurt sauce—but then you'd miss out on the delicious tagines (stews) and kebabs. The restaurant is cozy and unpretentious, with exposed-brick walls, wooden tables, and white shelves stocked with traditional products like tahini, honey dates, halva, and the spice blend za'atar.

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129 Havemeyer St., at S. 1st St., Brooklyn, New York, 11211, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Mon.–Thurs.

Published 04/05/2017


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