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Review: Bella Puebla

Eater's Senior Critic Robert Sietsema treks out to Jackson Heights in NYC this week to review Bella Puebla, a "Pueblan restaurant with the most complete menu in the city." Sietsema is a fan of the "tacos arabes ("Arab tacos"). Consisting of a grilled flour tortilla rolled around a filling of pork al pastor," they "were introduced to the city of Puebla by Iraqi immigrants in the 1930s who used pitas, yogurt, and... mutton to create a Mexican pita sandwich." [ENY]