Occupying a well-windowed corner on Bay Ridge’s Fifth Avenue, Man’ouChe doesn’t look like much: The interior is clad in fake red brick and scattered with a few tables, and there’s little in the way of adornment besides a TV showing Egyptian screwball comedies from the ’40s and ’50s. Yet this small café with no waiter service offers the city’s most intimate look at today’s Lebanese vernacular cuisine, and you can find all sorts of culinary oddities you’ve probably never seen before. The place is a particular... More >>>