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Great shwarma, great humus, and chicken tika. The owner was super nice, it's a one man show and he does it all himself from scratch. Walking distance from Medical District. I will come again.
Every one who came in was also super nice and we...More
I came before going to the King and I. I loved the falafel. I also ordered tabouleh and while not the best I've had, it was flavorable. It was too oily and had more lemon and parsley, and too little bulgar wheat. I also had...More
As you enter you'll see the old guy who runs this place. He does all the chores from setting up the table, taking, orders, cooking, serving and billing. Now you'll wonder it'll take long for the food to come. It does nut not too long...More
inexpensive and delicious: dinner for two was $18 and the food was great. a much needed cultural break from the overpriced italian *american* restaurants that populate taylor street. i had a lovely conversation with the gentleman who ran couscous: great understanding between an italian (me)...More
This is a small place, run by one man. He does both the cooking and the table waiting (at least at dinner time). The food was very good. From scratch hummus and pita bread, delicious! Hummus was a bit spicier than I was used to,...More
If you want simply presented and tasty mediterranean food on the west side of Chicago, this is it. great falafel, babaganouj, hummus and all the usual suspects. Friendly host and hostess, university clientele.