Stopped by with my husband's family. I had a garbanzo bean and quinoa dish. My sis-in-law had a chicken breast with sweet potato fried. My in-laws had soup. I thought everything was very tasty! The only suggestion I would make would be to add a dollop of yogurt to the bean dish. The sweet potato fries were done enough to be slightly carmelized and came with a nice aioli.
The only drawback was the service was a little slow. My husband felt the place was a little funky. Okay. I give him both of those points. But the food was good! I will definitely return when we're back in the area.
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