Based on previous reviews, I was compelled to order the hummus platter and my husband had the kebabs. The hummus was topped with carmelized onions and mushrooms which added substance and meatiness. They make their own focaccia in-house which has nice flavor and texture. The kebabs were a blend of ground meats that stayed strangely bright red after cooking. They had a unique flavor - not lamb but definitely a little gamey. We asked what type of meat their were and were told they are "made at the restaurant, yes there is beef". It might have been a blend of beef, pork and goat, but definitely weren't 100% beef. They were served with roasted vegetables and potatoes which had good flavor but weren't served very hot. No hand-washing facilities in the bathrooms... a little disturbing.
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