I've lived here for 2 years. I eat at Gazala's Place probably once a week, and it's always delicious and fresh. Gazala has a dedication to the restaurant, the food and the service that is amazing. I'm eager to check out their brunch. Definitely get the mint/black tea and the osh-al Shurai (custard like dessert). I leave every meal content and at peace. Make sure you strike up a conversation with Gazala, she'll happily arm you with any information on the food. I've had salads, hummus and foule, gyros, a whole fish, a couple specials I couldn't pronounce if I tried to, and dessert, and I've enjoyed EVERY SINGLE THING I've eaten there. I have never been disappointed.
Pros: Awesome food, great service, Gazala is always there with a smile.
Cons: no winter door buffer, restroom stuffed way back (don't let these deter you, they're amazing!)