Dip into an order of creamy hummus ($4) or refreshing tabouleh ($4), or try a lentil salad with cumin, green onion, and browned shallot tossed in lemon vinaigrette ($4). Safeeha, the Middle Eastern take on pizza, is available in three varieties ($5–$7). Vegetarians can feed on falafel smothered in pesto and blanketed with eggplant, roasted red bell pepper, green and red onions, shitake mushrooms, tomato, and a feta and goat-cheese blend. Mint-marinated lamb kebabs ($9 at lunch, $13 at dinner) appease the carnivorous end of the mealtime spectrum. The lunch and dinner menus are capped off with specialties and phyllo-dough dishes ($9 each for lunch, $13 for dinner). For brunch, diners can look forward to omelettes, phyllo dishes, and bean-based plates ($6.25–$7), as well as the joy of eating during the mysterious mealtime that simultaneously exists in two culinary dimensions.