The Dallas area’s only Egyptian restaurant focuses on street eats, including koshari, one of the world’s great comfort foods. A mix of macaroni, spaghetti noodles, rice and lentils, koshari gets topped with fried onions and a slathering of garlicky hot sauce. In other words, it’s irresistible. So is fattah, a fork-tender lamb shank resting atop rice, and ta’meya, a freshly fried snack much like falafel but made with fava beans.
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