The setting is nice and quite comfortable, tablecloth and napkins are textile which is a sign of attention to the customer. Food is really in the mainstream tradition of Lebanese and middle eastern cuisine although some concession has been granted to the "american taste" but not so much.
Salads are fresh and not "plastic", falafel are quite similar to the real thing and some house special are really special. Price is not a big issue and only wine is served.
A good alternative to usual family restaurants, burgher joints and similar bothersome food.