Don't let the slightly delapidated exterior fool you. The food is excellent. A Lebanese friend of ours recommended it so I figured it had to be good. It's not your usual Middle Eastern restaurant in terms of flavors. We went for lunch on a weekend and it was pretty quiet (the decor is a little too dark though honestly, need more light, but seems to be decorated well). We shared meat stuffed grape leaves (served warm and were not sour which I don't usually like), a salad special (lettuce was fresh, blue cheese, orange slices pomegranate seeds, tomatoes), and a chicken shawarma sandwich and a kefta kebab (?) sandwich - the ground meat one. Sandwiches were very different in flavor, you could smell the wood grill that the sandwiches had been cooked on. You have to like good strong flavors of garlic and onion. Lots of specials. Got baklava to go. Ended up being $44 total. Service not speedy but friendly and as everything appeared to be cooked to order the wait time was very reasonable, we never felt like we were sitting around drumming our fingers. Will definitely go again! They had other very interesting-sounding specials we would like to try out. They also have some more private areas around the perimeter if you are looking to have a small group or intimate meal.
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