Kepos Street Kitchen
Kepos Street Kitchen has a rustic Mediterranean menu and modish white look. Israeli chef Michael Rantissi left his post as sous chef at the Bathers’ Pavilion and is now ploughing a furrow through rural Italy by way of the Middle East.
There’s an appetising mound of tabouleh salad, falafel, or slow braised lamb shank off the bone (with a side order of rustic pilaf rice) to choose from the varied lunch menu. Even making their own jam (with a spicy kick), which is available by the counter, Kepos Street is a home away from home.
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