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If you've been hankering for a good mezze plate, it's time for a trip to Nîroj in Agoura Hills. Follow the requisite hummus and baba ganoush with a fire-roasted red pepper dip called heşandin, recommends LA Times food critic Jonathan Gold, before moving onto Luqman Barwari's kebabs and roasted melê gêj. End your night on a sweet note with an order of a shredded wheat pastry over melted cheese and syrup called kunefe. Read Jonathan's review of Nîroj on the LA Times website.

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Nîroj: 30313 Canwood Street, Agoura Hills, CA 91301 | (818) 889-7888

Photos by Kyle Romanek

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