We've been coming to Byblo's, in the North side of Fort Worth, for many years. In early March, 2013, we returned and tried both some new and a "tried and true" dish. We ordered the Meat Mfiha appetizer. The resulting ground sirloin and pastry dish was found both flavor-laden and filling. (The "meat-eater" half of this couple of critics would be happy with a large serving of this appetizer as a meal.) The vegetable-loving half thought the Ablama dish was wonderful, too. The tried and true Shawarma platter was ordered with chicken. Unlike in some previous years, the meat, onions, and tomato was brought on a separate, sizzling cast-iron platter - similar to fajitas. In past years, it was served atop the accompanying rize. The sauce served with this dish is the perfect compliment - the last drops of which were appreciated with the use of warm pita bread, which accompanies the meal. The food was a great plus - no surprise here. There seemed to be only one cook in the kitchen on the current occasion, which resulted in a long wait for both the appetizer and entrees. The service was adequate, but not necessarily remarkable in a positive way. If you're new to Lebanese, Byblo's offers a buffett at lunch and on Thursday evenings. We like the lunch buffett better, it's quieter and conversations with friends are easier - the belly-dancing which accompanies the Thursday evening buffett makes it a little hard to hear.
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