With one exception, the food was just okay. The exception: the meat cigars, which were perfectly prepared, delicious and beautifully spiced. Otherwise, the falafel was light, but not fully cooked; the homemade pasta dough was partially raw, and it was all pretty generally bland. The pita tasted of flour--not fully baked. The baklava was excellent. The room was odd but not uncomfortable. The service was mediocre. Not recommended.
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