I came here looking for Mediterranean Cuisine: Hummus, Falafel, Tabbuli (sp?), etc. When someone mentions Mediterranean or Middle Eastern Cuisine, those are what are normally involved. This is more of an Italian/American with a dash of Indian restaurant. There is a Mediterranean Panini on the menu, but that is one item and is more Italian than not.
I did order the Vegetarian Stromboli and the Vegetable Samosas. The samosas were deep fried and good, if a little over priced for the size ($3.99). As for the stromboli, I ordered the medium ($9.95) and it is enough for 2 average adults to share or 3-4 child that are not growing boys with bottomless stomaches. The only complaint on the stromboli is the use of canned mushrooms and it is not a traditional style stromboli.