|Fauzi Ful take the centuries old art of hummus to new heights|
The "Meshulesht" (Heb. triplet) is a popular dish in Israeli and Arab hummus restaurants.
Basically, it's a taster's platter of the hummus staples:
- Plain: Just hummus (other variations are with toppings such as boiled eggs, cooked chickpeas, olive oil, tahini, spices, parsley etc)
- Masabaha: A mix of hummus, tahini, chickpeas, spices, garlic, lemon and often hot peppers. Usually the mix of all the above is prepared upon order and is served warm, smothered with olive oil.
- Ful (fava beans): The beans are cooked until soft and usually served hot, on top of plain hummus. The fava bean stew is usually lemony.
The plate seen in the picture has all three, plus a hard boiled egg, a generous amount of olive oil, cumin, paprika and freshly chopped parsley.
This was an amazing meshuleshet I ate at Fauzi Ful, a new hummus place in South Tel-Aviv. It's located on the outskitrts of the Florentine neighborhood, bordering with Jaffa.
The place is a tiny one story building, randomly placed on the edge of a parking lot. It is surprisingly clean, well lit, welcoming and exceptionally affordable (somehow they offer the lowest prices in the area).
Above all, the hummus there is awesome.
I was told that the owner and head cook left the nearby Bethlehem Hummus to start a business of his own - the results are outstanding.
A great meal for a sunny summer afternoon.