Service is fine, atmosphere is fine.
The food is no good.
Green leaves: not chopped, room temperature, small plate of green vegetables. Seriously?!
Sambusak: pretty much the normal, standard, market bought, sambusak. The inside was creamy and a little interesting, but it was under seasoned, and not dominant enough to compete with the (standard) thick pastry.
Lentil soup: this was actually alright. Seasoned well with a good amount of dried crushed garlic.
Bread: wasn't as soft on the inside as I have come to expect from restaurants. The spicy spread was good though, so I put it on everything.
Burekas: this was the worst. It was a burekas. Nothing more, nothing less. This one, you really could find in the supermarket. This cannot be a main dish at a restaurant, and not any dish at a supposedly high-end restaurant. The inside was spinach and feta, very standard for this pastry. It came with sliced cherries, having spent a tiny bit on the grill. They were cold, which made their slight grilling bad for them.
Price: it is expensive. These dishes cost around 50 shekels each (except the soup).
I reckon it's more for tourists who would like to eat street food, but not on the street. I'm shocked at the popularity of the restaurant here, as I've spent the last hour confirming with cuisine-experienced (or something) friends that this place is no good. It's just too bad I didn't confirm before going.