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China Daily | Updated: 2015-03-24 08:38

Briny welcome

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Restaurateur and music-man-about-town Badr Benjelloun has just opened his second food venue, where a late but unlamented Brazilian eatery slid in a long decline before vaporizing. Like at his sports bar and Moroccan cafe Cuju, the menu at Caravan-which he describes as a bridge between Moroccan and Cajun food-gives olives pride of place, including this savory, garlicky appetizer served with crisp-edged bread fingers. The plate is a starter option on the set menus for lunch and dinner-look for more olives in the lamb and chicken dishes that follow.

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