Having recently returned from vacation in the middle east, I was extremely skeptical about this being authentic. However, I was pleasantly surprised. My sister and I went for lunch there and were greeted and seated promptly. Our server introduced herself and gave us an overview of the menu, pointing out veggie and gluten free options, the family's recipe la la chicken, and sample dish. After I told her I had just come back from Lebanon, she immediately asked me how my trip was and seemed genuinely excited for me to give me feedback on their food.
Our appetizers were falafel and Baba ganoush. Both of which were fantastic. The baba gannoush had a wonderful smoky, fresh flavor and it was served with pita which was refilled on request. I couldn't believe how moist the falafel was on the inside and how crunchy it was on the outside. It was hands down the best falafel I've ever had.
Our waitress made sure we had plenty of napkins and water, she alsochecked on our progress frequently which I thought was very nice.
My sister and I both took ordered the la la chicken over an arugula salad with goatcheese, a suggestion from our waitress. The special chicken was juicy and delicious and had a very unique taste to it. It went very well with the salad. The only thing I would change would be to order the dressing on the side because there was just a bit too much. It was delicious, just a little too dressed for my taste. We looked at their dessert tray but sadly we were too full.this restaurant was excellent and I will definitely be back and sending anyone and everyone their way for an authentic, Lebanese experience with polite and knowledgeable staff and fabulous food
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