Happened on to this restaurant without realizing it was Ramadan and everyone was there to break their fast. Everything was hopping, making you feel as though you were part of a large family gathering. The food was so outstanding that we ended up eating there 3 out of the 5 nights that we were in town. The chicken schwarma was flavorful. My falafal and toubouli were fresh and delicious. For dessert we enjoyed tea and baklava. The baklava wasn't overly sweet but complimented the tea. We were confused waiting for our check but the helpful waiters explained that we just needed to go to the cashier and tell him our table number. We were just sorry that now we'll be so far away from this wonderful restaurant.
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