It's really easy to overlook this restaurant but it's worth stopping by. I've tried the kibeh, the baba ganoujh, the grape leaves, and the tabuleh. They are all good but the best is definitely the hummus. They make it from scratch everyday with a special kind of olive oil. The owner was so friendly and inviting I felt like I had known him for years. He is always within reach to greet his customers and keep his employees in check. My only complaint is that they do take a while to get you your food but it was worth the wait for me.
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