We read some good reviews about this place and thought we'd check it out. Upon arriving (without a reservation) we were placed at a table at the back of the restaurant near the kitchen and the owners 2 children. The table was cramped and uncomfortable. We ordered 2 main courses: a braised lamb shank and a lamb kebab. The food arrived almost instantly. The lamb shank was moist and well cooked but it was extremely bland. Little flavour. The lamb kebab was slightly better bit again very bland. At its best, middle Eastern food is tasty and well spiced. This food falls well short of that standard. Overall, not great, not terrible.
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