We walk by this restaurant occasionally and decided with our friends, why not give a try. So, we went. It's a brightly lit restaurant on a side street. The management and waiter were extremely nice.
After we perused the menu we noticed that they the pre-fix menu a "mezza plate" for 18€ not bad. It also came with tea. 3 of our friends opted for this pre-fix, while I got the 28€ mezza, so we could all see the difference, and also share what the lesser one did not have. The difference was basically I got one additional appetizer, a fresh curd cheese, and more skewered meats.
The appetizer mezza plate was beautiful. When he first served my dish I asked if it was for all of us to share, and he said no it was mine. I was pretty shocked at the quantity, and we had 2 more courses coming. Then 3 other plates came and it was almost just as large filled with tabouleh, houmus, kefta, fallafel, chesses, and a salad... It was was really good. Nothing out of the ordinary, but good.
Then our main dishes came, and we had skewered meats of beef, lamb and chicken. They were a little bit on the dry side, so I asked if he had some tzaziki, he said that's greek/turkish, oops. But he went back to the kitchen and within 3-minutes came out with his version of tzazki and it was delicious. We used it to moistened our meats.
Next came ta variety of Lebanese desserts laden with honey and mint tea.
All-in-all a great neighborhood restaurant, not fancy, not exceptional, but very good basic Lebanese food and very reasonably priced.
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