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Bedouin Tent, much like its Manhattan cousin Moustache Pitza, specializes in various of pitzas, using made-to-order rounds of pita as the foundation for much of its menu.
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The fluffy, flour-dusted pitas are are just as enjoyable when used to construct a wrap. Bedouin Tent's leg of lamb sandwich ($8) rolls just-baked pita around green letttuce, tomato, onion, and (of course) slices of roasted leg of lamb. The well-done lamb meat is powerfully seasoned, particularly heavy on black pepper and roasted garlic and nudged to a higher level of flavor by the house's tasty lemon-mint mayonaise. While the slices of lamb are not always as tender as they should be, Bedouin Tent hands over enough hits to make this one worth a try—epsecially with a pitza pie on the side.
405 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (map) 718-852-5555
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