Rumi’s Kitchen has about the best lamb shish kabob I have ever eaten. Paired with rice of your choice (orange zest, pistachios, barberries, etc.) the lamb chunks are large, succulent, and cooked to your specifications. The service is friendly and helpful and the cocktails are generous. We had a trio of yogurts with the most amazing pita for an appetizer. It is loud, though. We asked to be seated in the back room, which was a bit quieter. I’m going back to try other menu items.