A bit expensive ($48 for two appetizers, one entree, and non-alcoholic drinks), but the food was absolutely delicious! The hommos b-tehiney & falafel (the best I've ever had), the Bastourma (or Armenian salami - tasty), and the beef shawarma were all very, very good. The Jillab was excellent, service was courteous and attentive, and the warm atmosphere was conducive to conversation. This restaurant deserves 5 stars!
Pros: The food!
Cons: A bit pricey.