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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mamlouk

221 E. Fourth St. (Aves. A & B) Send to Phone
212-529-3477
Experience the traditional hospitality of the Middle East while dining on six courses that include lamb stew and tabbouleh.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mamlouk Restaurant Review

: Tiny Mamlouk resembles a Middle-Eastern lounge, with low tables, plush chairs, and relaxed patrons contentedly puffing on hookahs post-dinner. The owners also helm Moustache, a few blocks north. The $40 prix-fixe six-course menu is highly recommended. The daily changing selection always includes a vegetarian option. Expect fine renditions of staples like hummus, moussaka, lamb stew and tabbouleh. The regional menu includes Iraqi lamb with okra and a Turkish-style cheese borek.
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