I enjoy going to this restaurant in Andersonville. The inside is warm-feeling, with soft-orangey lighting, brick walls and wood floors/beams. Even though the tables can get a little close, you probably won't feel crowded because the ceilings soar.
Reza's has a range of vegetarian- and carnivore-friendly dishes, both appetizers and entrees. The dill rice is a favorite of mine, as is the lamb shank which, at about $11, is one of the best lamb/cost/taste deals in the city.
Service is pretty good, but can be slow and, once in awhile, just a little surly.
The wine list is also not bad and can be very affordable. At times, certain wines will be discounted in order to make way for new wines.
The bathrooms are located in the basement and the stairs to get there are a little steep. The bathroom is usually clean, but nothing special.