I love good Middle Eastern food (LOVE IT), and Black Iris is good Middle Eastern food. It’s also BYOB and there’s a wine store conveniently located directly across the street making it that much better. Black Iris has high quality Middle Eastern food with low prices, a casual atmosphere and excellent customer service, including speedy delivery. The bill is never shocking, but you will have to pay for it in CASH. Don’t stress about it – there’s an ATM in the spot. There isn’t a whole lot of seating, but have a lazy lunch here on the weekend or come by for dinner – date or friends. One of the less glitzy storefronts on the Dekalb restaurant row, the Middle Eastern food is delicious and full of treats. Some favorites not to be missed are: -ZATAAR BREAD (pita topped with olive oil, sesame, thyme) -GREEN PITZAA (leeks, scallions, fenugreek, with olive oil and light mozzarella) -LENTIL SOUP -CHICKEN OUZI (wrapped phyllo, stuffed with grilled chicken breast, basmati rice, carrots, peas, almonds and raisins) Also, most dishes are great for sharing. Experiment around and order a few things to try them out. Don’t forget – BYOB and cash only! Black Iris 228 Dekalb Avenue (Between Waverly & Clinton Aves) (718) 852-9800 blackirisnyc.com
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Buzzworthy Restaurant of the Week: Black Iris
Jess Cole - Nov 26, 2014001598
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