Tanoreen

At its heart, the big, bustling Tanoreen is a family-oriented Middle Eastern restaurant owned by two women whose mission is to honor their mothers’ passion for cooking and entertaining. If you’re lucky enough to have a kid who likes hummus, the lemony version here is supreme, especially when pair... Read More
At its heart, the big, bustling Tanoreen is a family-oriented Middle Eastern restaurant owned by two women whose mission is to honor their mothers’ passion for cooking and entertaining. If you’re lucky enough to have a kid who likes hummus, the lemony version here is supreme, especially when paired with fresh pita covered in za’atar. The addictive grape leaves stuffed with rice and ground lamb are a clever way to sneak protein into little people. Plates are best for sharing, so get the shepherd’s pie and a couple kebabs — after all, kebabs are fun, and kids can smell fun (and in this case, hunger-inducing Middle Eastern spices) anywhere. . https://www.grubstreet.com/bestofnewyork/best-restaurants-for-kids-in-nyc.html