The lady at the visitors center told us about a Latin restaurant opposite a Mediterranean restaurant which is also very good she said. Later on, I could not remember the name or find it on Google but I did remember she said the Mediterranean restaurant was named after the lady who started it, Sanaa. I found it and was intending to go there to find the other place. I saw Sanna’s and decided to look at the menu. As soon as I entered I knew I was going to give it a try
The place is very clean with a pleasant decor. This is not a fine dining restaurant. It feels like a regular casual place. The food and price was excellent. I enjoyed a beef fataya with hummus and rice pilaf for $9.95. The hummus was delish and I also got to try the olive salad. I wish I had this restaurant in my neighborhood. I would be a regular.
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