Either you wait in line or you make reservation 1-2 weeks in advance! The secret for their success? It's a kool place, lokated in an artsy block (next to arts skool NAFA), serving reasonably-priced, very good Middle-Eastern-inspired dishes. The portions are gigantik. Drinks are also interesting, eg. less-known ciders, Kalimotxo (red wine and koka kola). In spite of the service labour shortage in Singapore, they have lots of staff (both in the kitchen and in the dining areas), so service is kwick and friendly. As expected for such a hip place, klientele is mainly yuppies (often with babies in tow) or gweilo; very few unkles and aunties. The stated rules are a bit quirky (eg. no ketchup/chili, no substitution, no more than 2 kredit kards per bill, etc) On the other hand, the staff is also very liberal - even at peak hours, they let you sit there without eating food, just having koffee and (free) water.
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