The Chubby Chickpea calls their cuisine, “Sephardic Street Fare,” but the term is more poetic than precise. This is classic Israeli road food: hummus, falafel, babaganoush, and grilled meats wrapped in laffa. My dining companions agree that the chicken is juicy and well-prepared. Our side of falafel is tasty, and the hummus substantial. It’s less a spread than a dish of its own.
When you see a food truck selling kosher tacos on the border, you might ask, “Why kosher tacos?”
A look at the Chubby Chickpea in Canton.
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The availability of curbside Jewish food varies
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