Stopped in with my girlfriend on our road trip from Boston to Virginia and this place was amazing! Very authentic food and great service. Will definitely visit again my next time in the city.
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Good for light fare. A rare place that is open well past midnight. We tried some othe middle eastern fare which was acceptable, not the best I've had, and certainly not the worst. The pizza was decent and did not have skimpy amounts of toppings.
Oh my...the food was amazing!! I have been searching for food Lebanese food for a while now. The portions were large, it the food was so good it was hard to push away from it! I have the mixed grill which came with bread, chicken,...More
Ordered dolma and kebeh ... both were so-so, not particularly fresh, the kebeh's crust a chewy (they must have microwaved it). The baklava was excellent, however. I'd go back just for that. Maybe it's worth it for the pizza ... I dunno.
I've been to this place several times in the past and always enjoyed the food--nothing terrible on the menu. As its one of the only "Arabic/Mediterranean/Halal" places around, I think those who haven't traveled the world to areas where this food is prevalent think its...More
We had a vegetarian platter and a grilled meat platter. In each option, there were some excellent items and some mediocre choices. On the veggie platter, the fellafels, the centerpiece, were disappointing. The tabbouleh salad was very good, as was the babaganouj. The moujedara was...More
Good food... Never had such smooth hummus, n such soft and moist falafels. The much praised baba ghanoush was definitely a hit, if you like eggplant. Limited vegetarian options, but all you have is just outstanding. To top it all, the baklava is a perfect...More