We've been there for an extended family celebration on Thursday night. The bright side is that the food is really good - the kebabs are soft and juicy, the salads are fresh and variety off flavored rices is great, and the portions are huge. The sevice is generally OK. However, the prices are relatively high, the ambiance is only so-so... and it has been extremely noisy! I would say the noise level was more resembling a crowded pub on Sat night than family-oriented kosher restaurant. Bottom line is, we enjoyed the food (and wine), but could not really talk to each other, or raise toasts as we planned to. Maybe it's better during day hours, but I'd not recommend the place to anyone who is planning to maintain any verbal communication during the meal.