The first thing you notice is the sumptuous Middle Eastern decor - oriental rugs, etc. The second thing you like is that it's busy but never jammed. You can always find a table, often near a window or outside on their terrace. And you can hear one another speaking!
The food is good, and evidently authentic. Coffee and teas are excellent. Service can vary since the staff changes frequently. But just order and/or pay at the counter if your server is distracted.