This place is kinda difficult to find but it's worth a journey, especially if you live on the other side of town. You will find this restaurant in a little nook within a shopping mall. We have only eaten the buffet here which is astounding and fairly priced. You have a wide variety of kebabs, different types of rice, eggplant stew, best falafel I have ever had, hummus, curries, baba ganoush, wonderful rice pudding, and many more selections. You will leave very full and will want to return again and again and again. We recently had the dolmas and I'm quite a critic and I thought they were pretty good, the rice was a little bit mushy but other than that the grape leaves were very tender and not soggy. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone, especially if you would like to try a wide variety of Mid Eastern food. The buffet is usually served in the evening on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. I would call before you leave though just to make sure they are serving the buffet since it is a small restaurant. The menu looks like a typical mid-eastern menu with bureaus, entrees, and all the typical food that you find on the buffet. The buffet is worth it just to try at least once. If you're a mid-eastern food nut like I am you will get your fill of the food that you love. Lastly, the service is always great and the owner is very pleasant, he makes you feel like you have just come into his own kitchen. Very welcoming atmosphere.
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