I would like to try Palestinian Chicken. This is a concept thrust into the public sphere by an episode of Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm
, in which the main characters say it is fucking delicious
. (while I've never seen the show, a radio show I listen to regularly plays clips from CYE)
So first, does the dish "Palestinian chicken" mean anything? Doing basic Google searches for it gives me links like Musakhan
which don't sound like "Palestinian chicken", or look like what the characters in the clip above are eating... but from its description I would definitely like to try Musakhan-ish foods, even though it doesn't seem to be "Palestinian Chicken".
Second, where can I try good "Palestinian Chicken" (or Musakhan) in Chicago? This bit is a greater part of an "I want to try X food, and I live in Chicago" question, but for now we're just going for Palestinian Chicken (or Musakhan). I'd rather try a good-but-more-expensive place before I tried the cheaper-but-less-good-place, just so I know if I like the dish before ordering more or trying to make it myself.