Pasha offers a large, kosher menu of traditional Middle Eastern appetizers and main courses in a pleasant, lively setting. Go beyond the grilled skewers of meat, though, as the best dishes are the stuffed vegetables and family-style offerings like baked lamb moussakan (served on toasted sumac pita) or maklouba, a softly seasoned chicken and rice casserole. To end the meal, you’ll choose from a variety of coffees (including a thick Arabic/Turkish brew) and authentic Arabic desserts. The combination of tasty food and reasonable prices has been a real hit—branches of Pasha are opening all over Israel. The house bread (extra charge) is delicious and great with first courses. Reservations recommended.