I'm glad I came, the food tastes very authentic and juicy. The flavors were well blended and I could tell that the cook really knows how to make middle eastern food- or more speciically Lebanese food, which has more subtle spices than most Israeli dishes, but it still packs a punch! The food gives you just the right amount of flavor without overwhelming you which I think is a very cultivated and talented thing to be able to do. I've been to super pricey establishments and paid triple digits for food that did not have the same heart and soul that this food has. Plus, the prices here are very good so whenever my husband and I go, we can afford to get a little bit of everything and then take home the rest.
I was a little disappointed that they did not have a liquor license, but I spoke to the owner and he informed me that they were not allowed to get one due to the fact that the establishment next door sells liquor and it would create competition. So I always bring my favorite bottle and they serve it for me without any cork fees or serving fees. Now, that is real customer service! The decor is very eclectic and very inviting- not like other hole in the wall establishments, and even though it is small I always enjoy sitting in there very much because it feels intimate more than ""small"" due to the nice decorations. If you haven't already tried it, then give it a go and you will be glad you did like me.