Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Fattoush at Horus Cafe

I love going to Horus Cafe in the Lower East Side for Middle Eastern food. H and I went on a weeknight and it was such a different, mellow scene from the crazy, jam-packed atmosphere and pricey attitude on Friday and Saturday nights.

We sat at a table outside, enjoyed the warm temperature at night and lightly noshed while drinking white wine and smoking an apple hookah. The best dish at Horus is their Fatoush Salad. Fatoush is a Lebanese bread salad made with fresh vegetables like cucumber, tomatoes, radishes and onions tossed in a lemony vinaigrette with toasted pita and some sprinkles of sumac. A perfect way to beat the summer heat while watching that waistline!


Blogger gs said...

i just went to your blogsite all the time thinking that after yday's marathon blog posting you would have taken some rest.no,you surprised me with yet another one.a compulsive restaurant-goer and a prolific blogger.

11:26 AM  
Blogger Lulu said...

hi appa-
glad to see that you are visiting the blog often! i miss your regular posts on your blog. are you tired of blogging or too busy with other stuff?

8:23 PM  
Blogger gs said...

hi lulu
i read about maya becoming an us citizen.i don't want you to become one.so pack up your bags and say "southward ho" and return with h.
i am in kol and will be returning tonight.i have number of things in my head to be put on my blogsite for which i have just not found the time.hopeully,i will catch up soon.like i said,i am also completing 1 year of blogging and a performance appraisal is due!.
reading your's and rumi's is a daily ritual.rumi also seems to have quietened quite a bit as there has been no posting on her blog for some time now.you are undoubtedly,the most active blogger of us all.

10:49 PM  
Blogger rums said...

my comp was acting funny, but it's ok now and i'm back :)

6:54 AM  
Anonymous Russell Whitaker said...

I visited NYC for the first time this last weekend, and stumbled into Horus quite by accident as my girlfriend and I were leaving a nearby Halloween party, on Saturday, the night before I flew back to California. We both enjoyed the experience, having some hummus-based dish, an apple hookah, and a few Armenian beers.

2:53 PM  

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