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"History right from the kitchen" reads Yemen Kitchen's website. It's a sentiment that wasn't lost on the San Francisco Chronicle when they visited Abdul Al Rammah's restaurant in 2015. "You don't need to have a mother in the old country to appreciate the charms of the food Al Rammah is serving," the Chronicle said, after partaking of a hearty meal in close quarters with a handful of Yemeni immigrants. The menu showcases recipes markedly different than those found in neighboring Middle Eastern countries: there's turmeric-spiced chicken, spicy bean stew, and stir-fry made with beef, lamb liver, and lamb heart. Whatever guests decide to order, they can soak up every last bite with the warm, chewy slices of Yemeni bread, and wash it all down with lightly sweetened Yemeni tea.