Went on a Sat night (best to make reservations a few days in advance), the menu was quite similar to that posted on line. We started with an organic green salad (with a light cardamom dressing and the Aushak dumplings (an Afghan dish). The salad was very fresh and the dumplings were delightful filled with a mix of leeks, chard and lentils. The flat bread they serve with a relish was terrific, much better than any other restaurant we've been to recently. For entrees we selected the chicken kebab dish and the lamb tenderloin kebob. The lamb was a little spicy but tasty with a glass of chardonnay. The chicken was fresh and cooked to perfection with that great texture that comes from quality ingredients. This is our third trip to this restaurant.
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