Jamil's is a family restaurant, owned by Lebanese people. There are brothers and cousins who own restaurants just like this in different parts of the area. The special is always a small filet for about $10, and that includes Lebanese hor d'oeuvres, salad, entrée, baked potato...you cannot possibly go away hungry. The food is OK, but it isn't the best steak I've ever had. The place is usually packed and the aisles are narrow, which makes the waiters rub against you often as they go by. There really isn't a great atmosphere unless you love B & W photos of celebrities who have eaten there. This restaurant, in my opinion, is rated too high for what it is, just a place to eat.