Another pita round was dotted with sesame seeds and served with hummus. There are three types of hummus on the menu, but our server wasn't able to explain the differences. All we could get from him was that our choice, "hummus of Constantinople," was made with butter and oil. It tasted like regular hummus to us (a good one), except that the chickpea spread was served warm in a small cast-iron pot. When slathered on the soft flatbread, it was irresistible.