We came here based on other Trip Advisor reviews and we were not disappointed. We arrived close to 7 on a Saturday & had to wait about 20 minutes for a table. There appeared to be a lot of large parties so it is recommended to call for a reservation, but if you just show up like we did, you'll find it is worth the wait. The menu is small, the ingredients are very fresh, and the dishes are creative and original with a mix of very inventive flavors & spices. We had chickpea latkes, a grilled watermelon salad, chicken charmoula and the apple pecan crisp.Almost everything was delicious with 2 exceptions: the "cream" on top of the apple crisp had a bitter aftertaste that we scraped off, & the dinner roll tasted day old & store bought - surprising considering old home made & delicious everything else was. The restaurant is quaint & decorated with antiques. There does not appear to be a dress code. The wait staff was extremely good. I will definitely be back when I return to the Colorado Springs area.
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