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Worth a trip for the coziness of tribal carpets, the hanging copper and saddle bags, the warm welcome, and the luscious ravioli-like aushak under a mantle of yogurt and savory meat sauce. Satiny eggplant and pumpkin are similarly draped. Chunks of juicy lamb shore up the pistachio-and-almond-tossed pilaf (called palaw). And the baklava (baghlawa) is chewy and not too sweet.
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