Now that I have tasted the fruits of the pitza tree, I will be going back for more. Moustache's namesake pitza ($12) is made of a thin round of soft, but sturdy pita dough topped with roasted red bell pepper, tomato, onion, parsley, chili, and a blanket of fresh mozzarella. The first bite is full of caramelized pepper-tomato-onion goodness coated in gooey milk fats. Along with the second. And third. As much as I loved the sweetness, I could see my taste buds getting tired if I ate the whole thing on my own.
So I didn't; between Grace and I, we split the pizza and the chicken kebab plate ($10). Half of the pitza was just enough to satisfy without fatiguing our palates, as was half of the chicken kebab plate. The plate of juicy charred chicken chunks may look small, but the accompanying bed of hearty mashed lentils will fill you up. Although some pieces of chicken were a bit too carbonized for my taste, I'd eat it again.
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