In a small, bustling space on Dean Street, Kulushkät is serving up classic Middle Eastern fare that residents are raving about. From day one, the owner has taken great care to ensure authentic flavor with top-notch service (one example being: separate utensils, fryers and pans are used for non-vegetarian dishes) and remains very hands-on to this day. Many components, like hummus and falafel, are prepared in small batches throughout the day for absolute freshness. Come in early for a special Israeli Breakfast or Shashooka!
Fun Fact: Kulushkät’s namesake is derived from a saying often uttered by the owner’s grandmother, which literally translates to, “Shut up and eat!” but its essential meaning emphasizes a “food first” philosophy that this restaurant takes to heart, as evidenced by the quality of their dishes.
446 Dean Street