A finjan is the small long-handled coffee pot that often accompanies a tray of traditional Middle Eastern coffee, and Hafinjan is nothing if not traditional: The restaurant, famous for its hummus, techina, masbacha, fuul and other pita-ready classics, serves up a full rotating menu of Israeli soul food. Beyond hummus and masbacha, hot dishes, which change from day to day, range from the ubiquitous rice and white beans to sofrito, a Mizrachi Jewish meat stew, beef cheek stew, meorav yerushalmi, couscous and lubya, all made fresh daily and ladled from bubbling pots.
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