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Move Over, Ottolenghi?

There’s a new Israeli in town.

We’re a little late to Strut & Cluck, which opened in June. But London’s newest Israeli-inspired restaurant has been getting such ravesthat we wanted to give it a shout-out.

Chef Amir Chen’s turkey-centric menu includes harissa-coated wings, halloumi salad, meat-free koftas and “pita balagan” — an anything-goes, daily-changing concoction. There’s even a baked haroset and almond cake for dessert.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.


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