Now that I discovered Tripadvisor, to write what you eat and where, becomes addicting.
Back in March, I decided to have MiddleEastern cuisine for lunch and buffet style is always my first choice. The restaurant was wide, clean and gourmet looking. The buffet on weekends was about $17. Yes, it was worth it. I had shrimps, beef with spiced rice, chicken kabab, kifta kabab, humus, eggplant cream or babaghanouj, and of course, Tabouleh, also known as the Lebanese salad, and the stuffed grape leaves that look like little cigars. They had it all for a middleEastern cuisine buffet. The food tasted great. What was so special about that particular sunday? members of the Lebanese Catholic Church happened to be at the restaurant right after their mass celebration. And it happened that upon my beginning to serve my food, the priest blessed the food and all recited the Lord's prayer. Another jubilant and mystic experience accommodating myself with lovely lunches. I may say that it was a bit extravagant with all of the Lebanese cuisine homemade style that was available. For desert, I had rice pudding, but this Lebanese version is solid with a bit orange blossom water flavor, unlike the coconut milky version that Indians make. I also had Halawa, which is Tahini and marshmallow and honey base. I loved this place and had my meal outdoors with viewing of some shops and cafes.