★★☆☆☆ Decent food, ordered a tabouli and was sour. Let the waitress know and the owner told me it's always fresh. I told him it's not about the money it's about being honest. He went into the back and decided to make a new batch after being caught. Never again I will go there. Posted on June 17, 2015
★★★★★ I saw this place on CBS channel 2 and wanted to try it; it was as good as they said and even better, best falafel ever and so inexpensive. My wife had the lamb kabob which was zabiha per the certificate they have showed me was very good per my wife. Posted on January 3, 2014
NR I asked the arabic seller, told me Beef is not Zabihah, lamb and chicken are Zabihah.
Kifta is mixed lamb and beef.
Ask for lamb Kebab.
Not cheap and Oily food, good if you want to eat halal. Posted on August 19, 2013
★★☆☆☆ Food is so so, but the kicker is you don't get much for what you pay, plus they charge for condiments, and oh yeah ... NOT ZABIHA!. Go to pita inn, atleast the food is better/same, and they'll let you know which dishes are zabiha. Posted on October 20, 2007
★★★★☆ I have been here at least fifteen times. Pretty good Lebanese food. Usually hits the spot. The last time I went (2 days ago), the portions were quite nice, with a dinner including a lot of meat, and hummus, a warm vegetable saute and a nice salad. The last few times before that were a little bit unsatisfying due to small portions for the price. The service is friendly and the location is quite nice, definitely something you could show to your friends. Until they become more reliable with the food quantity, I will refrain from the highest rating. Posted on December 3, 2006