I'm Israeli, and partially of Yemeni descent, so maybe I'm not too objective about this food, but it's really delicious. You have to be careful here, however, or you'll end up with a very high check. I highly recommend all the soups (esp. white bean, EXACTLY like my grandmother's, and Yemeni chicken or beef); all the mezze, ie Middle Eastern appetizers, for ex the combo appetizer platter; the mellawach; the Iraqi sandwich (eggplant, tehine, oven-cooked hard-boiled egg and tomato - yum!); and the ful and shakshuka for breakfast. Those dishes are also a very good value, and you can easily make a meal out of combining them. But the meat entrees are pretty overpriced (partially because they have to pay a lot to get glatt kosher meat) and not the strength of this restaurant. Somehow I always feel like eating this food on Friday night, when of course they're closed...
Pros: impeccably clean, great veggie food
Cons: not so great meat, closed F night/Sat