After driving by this little place for a long time, we were finally able to stop in and try their fare since they are now open on Tuesday and Sunday for dinner. Sunday is usually our family day, so after a trip to the symphony with our 10 and 14 year old daughters, we decided to stop at Shoufs for dinner. As soon as we walked in, we were greeted as if we were family. Since the kids had never had middle eastern food, we basically treated this as a tapas restaurant and ordered many small plates from the appetizer menu. The lamb kabobs were by far the famiy favorite..done perfectly. Even my chicken-finger eating, picky 10 year old gobbled down the lamb. By contrast, the chicken kabobs were a tad too peppery for her, but we grownups enjoyed them immensely. The spinach and meat pies were very good, but my personal favorite was the fried kibbee special they had that day. It was exactly as I remembered from my high school days of living next to a Syrian grandmother who would share her native recipes with the neighborhood kids. I haven't had kibbee like that for 20 years. My oldest daughter enjoyed her gyro plate immensely. There was so much food that she had plenty for lunch the next day. And of course, we ended the meal with baklava. The kids now rate this as one of their two favorite restaurants, the other being Monteray Bay on Mount Washington. They want to come back next Sunday for dinner again!