We live in an area with limited choices of ethnic restaurants, so when in New York we always try to find things that are not available at home. This was a terrific choice. It was a short walk from the Aloft Hotel, where we were staying. The curb appeal is minimal but the reviews convinced us to try it. You walk past the kitchen to get to the dining room. There is an "outside" dining area beyond that. If you go you must try the garlic bread.... so different from what we expected and out of this world! The lambajin and the humus were great. Service was quick and the servers were pleasant. Keep in mind...no alcohol. Not a problem for us, but it might be a disappointment for some. We'll head back there again.
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