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Last year's hit Israeli pop-up dinner returns to Quince this month

This is one not to miss. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | Apr 11, 2017

  • Last year's hit Israeli pop-up dinner returns to Quince this month

Last year in June, Quince held one of 2016's most talked-about dinners when they invited Israeli chef Pierre Bouko-Levy from Paris’s cult favorite, Miznon, to cook at the restaurant.

Now, Pierre Bouko-Levy's back at Quince this Apr 18-23, where he'll once again be praparing his honest and simple dishes that truly let the ingredients shine: charred cauliflower with tahini; soft, hand-made pita stuffed with juicy slow-cooked lamb; roast chicken; and vegetarian-friendly ratatouille and choux farci (cabbage rolls)—all of which are available on the a la carte menus at both lunch and dinner.

Prices are yet to be announced, but if last year's results are anything to go by, they'll be worth it. 

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