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The food was decent. Excellent (free) lentil soup. The pita bread tasted store bought. The rice was a little more bland than I expected. We certainly got plenty of food for the price we paid, but it was just a little underwhelming.
What a great meal! The service is wonderful. The owner took special care of us. The lentil soup was delicious as was the kibbeh, falafel and tabouli. Don't miss the lemonade! Nothing like it. The atmosphere is casual and comfortable. The labneh was not to...More