Shouk is a Middle Eastern-inspired, vegetable-focused restaurant that serves a variety of plant-based organic fare from fresh salads and homemade soups to vegetable or legume-stuffed pitas. Owned by Ran Nussbacher, the Middle Eastern-centric restaurant offers a 100% plant-based menu that is anchored by a variety of delicious pitas and house-made labneh, a traditional Lebanese spread made from fermented cashews. Diners can choose from a range of different pita combinations, including black bean with sweet potato, red pepper, tomato, arugula, and spicy harissa and chickpea with preserved lemon, olive, seaweed, potato, tomato, cucumber, and tahini. Diners can also opt for a rice and lentil bowl or a salad instead of the pita. Shouk is open for lunch and dinner daily.
655 K St NW, Washington, D.C. 20001, Phone: 202-652-1464
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