Zahav Is Adding A Lunch Service, Too (But Only For Restaurant Week)
It seems like we’ve been writing about nothing but lunch for the past couple days (with Juniper Commons and V Street adding new midday services), but now there’s another entry into the lunch game–even if it’s only for a limited time.
Zahav has announced that they’re going to be adding another service–but that it’ll only last as long as Restaurant Week. So from January 18 through the 23rd and 25th to the 30th, Michael Solomonov’s award-winning Israeli restaurant will be open from 11am-1:30, offering their hummus tehina, laffa bread and vegetable salatim (including Moroccan carrots, twice-cooked eggplant and beets with tehina) to kick off both the lunch and dinner menus. In addition, the Restaurant Week lunch will include one meze (crispy haloumi with date and walnut; house smoked sable or roasted Brussels sprouts with Bulgarian feta), one skewer grilled over coals (kofte of beef and lamb; harissa spiced eggplant or branzino with celery root) and one dessert (coffee custard with cardamom meringue or chestnut konafi). And they’re going to be offering this all for $20 per person.
Restaurant week dinner at Zahav is going to be basically the same, but with two meze. And they’ll be getting $35 for that. So you can see where the value is here, right?
As always, reservations are suggested. Zahav fills up fast during Restaurant Week. You can find full menus and whatever other info you need at the link below.
Restaurant Week at Zahav [Official]