Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen
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Food review: X’tiosu Kitchen has Lebanese dishes with a Oaxacan accent

Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Chorizo kebab served with rice, Lebanese salad and hummus at X’tiosu Kitchen in Boyle Heights.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Chicken shawarma tacos made with a corn tortilla, chicken, onion, cilantro and “arabesque salsa.”

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Tabbouleh Oaxaca salad with tomatoes, cilantro, onions and citrus.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Oaxacan hummus made from whipped black beans and spices, topped with extra virgin olive oil.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Baklava.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Felipe Ignacio cooks papas preparadas, crispy potatoes with cilantro, garlic, citrus and cayenne pepper, as his brother Ignacio Santiago stands by to plate the dish in their Boyle Heights restaurant, X’tiosu Kitchen.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

Felipe, left, and Ignacio Santiago are the owners-cooks at X’tiosu Kitchen in Boyle Heights.

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Restaurant review: X’tiosu Kitchen

The Boyle Heights restaurant, X’tiosu Kitchen, serves Lebanese dishes with a Oaxacan influence.

 (Calvin B. Alagot / Los Angeles Times)
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