This is a great little off-the-beaten-path type of restaurant. It is very small and unassuming. You place your order at the counter, and more likely than not, the owner Isaac will prepare your meal. He is such a super nice guy, and he really wants to be sure you are pleased with your meal. It is like dining at his house, I suspect. Anyway, everything is freshly made. Definitely get the Greek plate. He prepares the meat himself; it is a combo of beef, chicken, and lamb (I think), and it rotates on a spit. He slices it when you place your order and grills it. You can add green peppers and sliced onions also. The pita bread is amazing! It is soft, tender and very flavorful. The rice is great, and the portions are very generous. We often get the meal for 4 to go, and it is more than the four of us can eat in one sitting. And we have teenagers! And you are missing out if you don't try the baklava as well.
Isaac is from Egypt, and he is a very interesting man to talk to, especially if you want to know more about the middle East and how he grew up, being a shepherd.
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