This is a small, causal, but clean restaurant with a modern decor / ambiance that serves mid-east cuisine. It has about 15 small indoor tables, and several tables out front as well. No need for reservation for a parry of 1 or 2.
On a Friday evening the place was full. Two waiters were stretched thin, but we received an average to good service.
It seems like they don't (or don't like) accommodate requests from customers though. The waiter had to ask permission from "the kitchen" when we asked if we could possibly served larger portion of house salad instead of rice pilaf, which both comes with chicken kabob platter.
Food was tasty but portions are quite small. Plate presentation was unusually good, elegant and modern, unlike any other causal small mid-east restaurant that I had been.
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