I got there and the only other group dining was the chef's friends, as the chef was sitting with them and they were yelling loudly in hebrew, bashing the group that had left. My party wasn't seated until we were found standing awkwardly. The water I got was cloudy (they said that only bottled h20 is clear), getting a pita is 75cents extra apiece, and the manager kept screaming in the kitchen w/open doors. The hummus tasted burnt - like a cigarette was thrown in the mix. My Challah French Toast was burnt on the bottom and they looked at me like I was mad because I asked for it to be redone. My companion's Siniya which was undercooked. Considering the prices, the food portions are really small and leave something to be desired. On top of that, half the menu was ""unavailable."" My sunday brunch was just disastrous.
Cons: overpriced , bad food, rude staff