NJ Dining: Lebanese-French Fusion at Uncle Moustache


I stumbled into Uncle Moustache one Saturday afternoon because my daughter liked the name.  I’m glad she did, since that wonderful afternoon I’ve returned to Uncle Moustache at least six times for brunch, lunch and dinner.

So what’s behind the funny name? The owners, of Uncle Moustache, Chef Wisam El Masri and Ali Lyoussi, are dedicated, charming hosts, and the former managerial team of  Uncle Moustache in Manhattan.

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One Response to NJ Dining: Lebanese-French Fusion at Uncle Moustache

  1. The food is good, but a little overpriced. The stuffed filo dough dish was interesting, but needed a pomegrante sauce or something tangy.

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