Very welcoming space, run by two Iranian brothers. Fine service, very nicely decorated open dining room. We saw a number of family groups, children are welcome, and tables spaced nicely apart. Our food was delicious and unusual. Its always fun to locate a new style of cuisine that offers choices unlike the overly familiar standards when eating out. One order of yogurt scallion spread and two entree's was more than two of us could finish. Plates are served suitable for sharing. I loved my ground meat kabob, full of flavor from the mixture of spices and meat. In the end we finished that dish and brought home more than half the unusual chicken stew plus rice, leaving space for great baklava. The take home was delicious a couple days later. We will be back with family to sample more choices.
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