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Fat Pasha Serves Up an Israeli-Mediterranean Feast

Fat Pasha (photo: Craig Moy)

Hummus, couscous and roasted cauliflower at Fat Pasha (photo: Craig Moy)

Anthony Rose continues to remake Dupont Street in his image. Joining the chef and restaurateur’s modish diner Rose and Sons and camping-inspired barbecue spot Big Crow, recently opened Fat Pasha serves up a melting pot of Mediterranean and European-Jewish culinary inspirations. Gather a group to share in everything from creamy hummus to date- and olive-laden couscous to the daily salatim platter of small salads, pickles and other veg. For the truly famished, there’s also a house-signature shawarma and mixed-grill feast. Chase it all with a carafe of anise-flavoured arak, and then return for brunch and a spicy shakshuka with lamb meatballs.  —Craig Moy

• Fat Pasha, 414 Dupont St., 647-340-6142; fatpasha.com
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