My husband and I found this listed in the Washingtonian 100 Best Cheap Eats and gave it a try. He had their special tea and really loved it. We started with baba ganoush and it came with delicious hot bread. He had a chicken dish with caramelized onions on bread and it was very tender and flavorful. I had a kabob assortment (kifta, chicken and lamb) with rice which had great flavor but was really overcooked. Both dishes were plentiful in size and came with a simple fresh salad. We wished we had saved room for dessert as the many trays of treats looked wonderful. This is a simple place and we found the service to be pleasant and efficient. We would definitely return for appetizers, tea and desserts.
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