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Mediterranean cuisine highlights a range of ingredients seemingly forgotten in some other culinary cultures. Sesame seeds let their earthiness shine in tahini sauce. Chickpeas lend to the tenderness of falafel. At Cedars Mediterranean Mezza, these building blocks and others appear in dishes from countries across the region. “The salads at Cedars are beautiful,” says the Dallas Morning News of the eatery’s Preston Center location. “No wonder you're tempted to load up. Daily offerings include lemony tabbouleh, with loads of parsley, and excellent house-made hummus with a nubby, nutty character.”
At the other end of the restaurant, juicy beef, chicken, and lamb shawarma crackle on spits. Chefs carve these meats into thin slices before plating them with pita breads, seasoned vegetables, and hand-sculpted falafel balls. Guests bear plates to the dining room, where sunlight steams in through windows onto rustic brick walls that call to mind a Mediterranean cottage or poorly planned moon base.
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