I only walked in because they were early to open for lunch, and was surprised at the level of service by a myriad of staff. The Russian hostess (didn't get her name) recommended a straightforward Syrian meal, complete with dessert and Arabic coffee. What a treat. I enjoyed the nice touches of ethnic pottery. Wifi is decent, and the prices are mid-range.
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