We were at Basil for a Saturday lunch. At first we weren't sure if it was open and still aren't sure if it was open. Whether it was or not, they sat us and we had a good experience. The restaurant was undergoing some renovations in the side room, so there was an odor or stain or varnish that permeated the restaurant. We had no problem with service as I've noted in other reviews because we were the only customers in the restaurant the entire time we were there. My son had eaten at Basil previously and he recommended the Phoenician tasting as a starter. We ordered it and each of us ordered a different Lebanese Pita roll-ups. I had the Gyro. It was good, but not the best I've ever had. The grape leaves / dolmas were good, but I don't think they were made fresh. The baklava we were given at the end of the meal was probably the best restaurant baklava I've had, and second only to my homemade baklava. No idea if it was made onsite or not. There was a nice crispness to it and it wasn't soggy from being inundated with honey or sugar water as is sometimes the case. My only criticism, and a criticism I have with many restaurants, is a amount of salt used in the food preparation.
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