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The sun was not outside but in our plates. The restaurant is full of local’s people, and as the French people say If the restaurant is good the plate must be good too. The plates were full of flavor and spices but not too much...More
We had a wonderful meal: hummus and felafel -- all of us enjoyed the great experience. The staff were all welcoming and helpful, especially because we didn't speak French. Everything was delicious and of very high quality overall.
We had a family lunch there few days ago. I did not love the food. It was really nothing special. Even some weird ingredients it the fatousch salad. But the service was so nice that we really enjoyed our lunch and we may go back...More
From the moment you enter to the friendly welcome through a marvelous lunch of spinach ftayer, flalfel, hummus, halumi cheese and beef sausages mixed with grilled veges and through white coffee with sticky fragrant desserts, this is a fantastic taste of Lebanon in the area...More
I was surprised at how limited the menu was. If one does not want to order the mezze platter, which appears to be lots of food, the only alternatives for dinner seem to be kebobs (which were good) which are served with french fries and...More