I visited the restaurant at 930 PM. The space is small, crowded, and cold. If you like the smell of burning fruits and herbs then you will love the hookahs available to all. Check mouthpiece cleaning. There was a large screen TV blaring a Russian News report. The décor is tacky at best. The Egyptian owner was present and friendly. We were served plain tap water without ice. I ordered a spinach pie which was doughy and not very tasty. I loved the unusual pita bread said to be imported from Israel. My entrée was marinated lamb. It was tough, dry and very sour. The owner suggested I add tahini sauce, which he sat on the table when I told him the lamb was dry. I then had a tough, dry, sour piece of lamb with the added taste of tahini. He never asked if I wanted to try another dish. As served, the lamb sat on top of a mound of dry rice. The owner made up for the bad lamb by offering a free desert called Tut's favorite. I was a very sweet rice pudding topped with a small piece of cake and ground nuts. The price of the lamb was not taken off the bill. This is a BYOB restaurant.