Today, it's the only place I can find Arabian food since Al Sultan restaurant closed. They have popular delicacies, such as esfiha, kibe, homus, coalhada, tabule, and typical sweets. Unfortunately, the price has increased a lot in the past years, so I don't go there very often anymore. It's more a delicatessen than a restaurant - people who go there are used to order the 'snacks' that they sell in the main food display. I've never tried their dishes because I find them tooo expensive, and it worths more going to a restaurant.
I'd suggest them to try an all-you-can-eat Arabian buffet, where you could pay one price and help yourself freely. It could include not only the snacks, but also the dishes that they offer in the menu. (This restaurant Al Sultan that I mentioned had it, it was delicious, and very popular).
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