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Mimi's Reviews

Wednesday
Apr102013

The 17 Best Brunch Spots in NYC


REFINERY 29

When your brunch requires some balking of tradition, Mimi's Mediterranean flare strikes the perfect balance with both lemony hummus made from either chickpeas or fava beans for you, and Moroccan semolina pancakes for your less adventurous companion.

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Friday
Apr082011

Michelin Guide Recommended

Michelin Guide Recommended

Think snack taverna and you have the right idea about this adorable newcomer to Brooklyn's ever-changing Ditmas Park. Though the space is teeny-tiny, excellent design and wise use of space give Mimi's a modern holistic feel - with large windows ferrying swaths of natural light into the dining room by day, and an open kitchen adding cheerful ambience come nightfall.

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Friday
Mar252011

Hummus of Champions

New York Life

The Underground Gormet

"And yet, there’s more to Mimi’s than mashed chickpeas. Take, for instance, the cauliflower salad—sweetly caramelized florets flavored with homemade tahini. It’s the best thing to happen to cauliflower since Dévi’s cracklike Manchurian version. The rice-stuffed grape leaves, too, have much to offer, flavorwise, albeit in small, nugget-shaped packages."

By Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
Published Aug 2, 2009

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Friday
Mar252011

Mimi's Hummus

New York Magazine

Critic's Pick

"It is diminishing to call Mimi’s a hummus joint, even though that’s what it calls itself. That’s because the tiny, charming spot is capable of so much more (not to take anything away from the hummus, which happens to be nutty and rich, creamy and delicious, in all five variations; $8 and $9)."

http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/mimis-hummus/

Tuesday
Dec292009

Bright Spots in a Year for Thrift 

The New York Times

Dining & Wine

"This sunny cafe serves dishes — not just hummus — that bear traces of the chef’s family history in Israel, Morocco and the Kurdish region of Iraq."

By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Published: December 29, 2009

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