Wonderful ambiance in this restaurant. Dim lighting just right, comfortable dining room with tables not too pushed together. Also an outside dining area where the smokers gather. Too bad, I love to dine outside but in this topsy turvy world smokers sit outside and nonsmokers have to stay inside. The food is great; I had kafta babob, a ground meat mixture formed into three long patties and grilled on a skewer. It was excellent, and so was the pita bread and rice and vegetables that came with it. House chardonnay was $7/glass, which seems to be standard in this part of Orlando.
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