The Mazeh Restaurant says Mazeh Cafe on the outside, but it's really a restaurant, the one that has the white cloth (although covered by paper). Two owners, a husband and a wife, greet you, guide you through the menu and generally provide a great service. The restaurant has about a dozen tables, so it's a pretty small space, but it does get crowded closer to the evening, and from the interaction you could tell those were regular customers.
Parking is plentiful, since it shares the strip mall parking with Cost Plus World Market. The restaurant is clean, well kept and one of the walls is painted with a view of San Francisco.
The menu http://www.cafemazeh.com/ features a pretty wide selection of Mediterranean dishes, and healthy helpings of appetizers, as well as fusion-style pizzas with Persian and Mediterranean toppings. Lamb Chuala, which I tried, was presented on a sizzling skillet, like fajitas in Mexican places, with tender lamb, bell peppers and plenty of onions adding to the spicy mix.
While you're at it, try Turkish coffee. If you haven't tried it before, it will be a good experience. It's a bit sweet, but provides a quick energy boost and plenty of concentrated caffeine in a small cup.
The prices are reasonable with most of the dinner entrees ranging between $9 and $15. The lunch menu is available as well. I didn't feel like trying a dessert, but Persian Ice Cream looks like something worth trying on the next visit.