Miriam, the self-styled “modern Israeli” place in Park Slope, does something different with chicken shwarma. Grilled chicken strips are arrayed over a toasted pita and served with sauteed spinach, tahini, and amba (Iraqi mango chutney). “Quite an inventive way to serve a dish that’s become a standard at hole-in-the-wall places all over,” observes funkymonkey. “It’s definitely a knife-and-fork deal–you can’t pick it up and eat it–and it has a little bit of spice. It’s far better than the sum of its parts.”

Miriam [Park Slope]
79 5th Ave., at Prospect Pl., Brooklyn

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