This place deserves more reviews. It's kind of hidden away a little bit, not on Murphy Ave which is the busier and nicer street. But the food is awesome. We have started to come by here every once in a while now. There's a lot of Middle Eastern food to be had in this area, but this is one of the best we've found. The prices are right, the portions are pretty large, and the food tastes great. Even our kids (9 and 14) like it a lot. Another plus, it's never been crowded whenever we have been to eat. Our favorites are the koobideh kabobs and the salmon kabobs.
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