We have eaten in this restaurant 4-6 times, but only once gotten decent service. What keeps us going back is the food. It's great. So, we have found takeout to be the best option and they usually get the orders right and within a reasonable time. (Perhaps that's the bulk of their business?) The kebobs are outstanding--if you like chicken and fish, go for the Bacchus delight, which gives you both. The kafta is great, too. If you like a non-lettuce focused salad go for the Lebanese salad which is chalked full of tomatoes and onions in a vinegar based dressing served on a bed of lettuce. The sauces, especially the tahini, are wonderful, too. If you do decide to venture to dine in, expect that there will be a long wait between when you are seated and when your food arrives. Usually, there's only one server in the dining room who, in our experience, disappears from view for long periods of time, including bringing and returning the check. We had the same server at least 4 times and even generous tips have done nothing to endear us to him--still not attentive. Eating outside, which includes a beautiful fake waterfall (in season), compounds the service problem because you may only literally see your server when they take your order, bring the food, and then the check.
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