|★★ So, I've been to this place twice. First time I ordered chicken shawarma to go , when I open the box at home found out its actually not real shawrma but slices of chicken breast which was tasteless. I don't why would you mislead people saying you sell shawrma when you actually don't?. I gave the place a second chance, I ordered mixed grill and harira soup to go . The soup was great , BUT , the mixed grill was just pieces of "rubber" that you hardly can chew! I could not even cut the kefta kebab. I felt the meat was just rewarmed in the microwave. One of the few times I throw food in the trash. Very poor food quality. |
|★★★ I liked the cleanliness and the decoration. The staff were OK, a bit slow. We got shawarma (below average), a half chicken with rice (average), mango juice (poor) and hommus (average).|
The food overall is not that good and it was pricy.
I'll probably not be back there.
|★★★★★ One of the BEST Middle Eastern food I have eaten. We ordered Lamb Couscous and Mixed grill and it was GREAT. Although it took 30mins to get the order but it was worth it. It takes long time to get the food because of the way they have to cook it. Food was really tasty and yummy. 5-Stars!|
|★★ Food is great service is SOOOOOOOO SLOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW.|
|★★★★★ even though it is in a strip mall, I came here since a friend reccomended it to me. I had low expectations, but after I ate it was amazing. I had ordered the shrimp kabob, and the taste exploded in my mouth. I wish to come here again, and I will do that.|
|★★★ The buffet isn't very good (small selection compared to most and the food sits out under heat lamps for a long time), but I've ordered from the menu and have been satisfied multiple times. I recommend the gyro or non-chicken kabobs.|
|★★★ This place is alright. The sweets were better than the actual food was, but this is not anything to write home about. |
|★★★★★ This is a very nice restaurant, I tried many entrees here and was happy with all of them, their bread is very fresh and desserts are very good. The lamb shank, lamb Kabsa and Mandi is to die for. They make killer chicken wings, I definitely recommend the place, and the only negative thing I found was it is a little pricy, but I will pay a little extra to get top quality food. Service can be little slow in rush hour but you will forget the wait once the food arrives. |
Keep it up.
|★★★ My Husband and I come here alot, the food is homely and i love the bread they serve with the hummus. I always have the lamb dishes because the meat is so tender. Stay away from the kabobs though, not that great. & the desserts are excellent. Customer Service needs attention, they give non muslims better service, thats what i noticed.|
|★★★★ Great food and service. Price is not too bad and the setting is decent. |
|★★★★ This restaurant was a little more casual than I thought from the Zabibah comments I read before we went there, but it was very, very good. The prices are reasonable, the service was plesant, and the food was exellent.|
|★★★★ Good food, good selection and good service. I used to come here for dinner once a week about six years ago. I came back here while visiting the DC area last week and was surprised to learn the food is just the way I remembered it! Definitely have to try the mango drink. The sandwiches and dinner plates are good. Make sure to also try their extensive dessert and sweet offering. |
|★★ I called here to get information on placing an order from the catering menu and was told that the Chef would call me back with the particulars...needless to say the Chef never returned my call. I've heard good things about this eatery; however, I must say I will not patronize this place because of the lack of customer service. I was calling to place an order for an office function now I have to at the try and find somewhere else. Business owners must realize that customer service...good customer service is paramount.|
|★★★★ I had the buffet here, a wide variety of items were available, they were all of good quality. The restaurant can get pretty crowded, and I thought it was a little expensive, but the food is good.|
|★★★ Wonderful food and atmosphere with a wide variety of people frequenting this establishment. Portions were reasonably sized although their pastries are quite small. Tabouli was excellent as were the kabobs.|
|★★★★★ The food was very, very good and reasonably priced as well. I had the kafta kabob.|
|★★★★★ Me and the family come here alot. For about 3 years I would say. If you like arab food, this place is for you. If you havnt tried arab food, come here and try some. Its really good and the desserts are great. I like the arab tea too. The bread and sdesserts are baked fresh. Baklava, Kanafa, all that good stuff.|
The food is great, i like the chicken, the lamb and all that. i had alot of stuff on the menu.
the gyros are good too. no joke. You guys should try this place i give it 2 thumbs up
|★★★ Well.. the food is ok, not that bad, but customer service is bad, add that up, you get average.|
Montgomery Village, MD
|★★★★★ Wow what an amazing restaurant. I used to go to Matam El Bairut in Doha Qatar 15 years ago to have Foul/Humus with fresh Khubz (Pitta breat). I finally found a place in US where I can enjoy the same great taste. I tried Foul/Humus that comes with to freshly baked Khubz which was awesome, cocktail juice was delicious (needed to be cold) and Khubza (which was terrible). I will surely go back very frequently to try all on menu. This is a great spot as there is one Pakistani and another Palestinian restaurant next to this one. I received great customer service. Restaurant has lots of space and very nice ambient.|
|★★★★★ This is an excellent Palestinian restaurant. I just went there last night for Ramadan Buffet. The food is excellent, alhamdulillah. Everything, from hummus, to wraps, to bamyah (okra), was excellent. The highlight was maqlubah (lamb cooked with fragrant spice and rice). It was outstanding! I wish I knew how to make it. There is a big halal sign in the window, and there were many Muslim families dining. Service was good. The atmosphere was a bit chaotic, but it's Ramadan. The owner is a friendly man. He will let you pray in his office, as there is no other space for prayer available. For me, this is one of the best halal restaurants in the DC area.|