I don't like big rooms in strip malls, but I give the owners some credit for trying to soften this one. Still, some additional space dividers might afford a greater degree of intimacy and allow for some better lighting—I could actually see people throughout the room using the lights from their cell phones to read the menus. (I had a pocket flashlight that we passed around.) We started with a mezze plate—perhaps the least inspired mezze I have ever been served. The hummus was runny, the juices seeping into the other not-very-exciting items on the assortment that included a tasteless baba ganoush, hard "oven-dried" tomatoes, a few odd pickles, and some cubes of salty dried bread. Additional bread was served, but it was of poor quality. I had chicken kebobs that were okay but nothing special. My husband had the moussaka—dry and served with a side of pasta in an insipid tomato sauce...huh? Our friends had pasta and meat dishes. Service was mediocre. Despite my feelings about this place, the locals must like it, because it was pretty busy. If bland is what you crave, this is your place.