When Byblos just opened its doors, there was a wonderful write up in the Daily Herald, which peeked my interest. So we went and discovered that the article was spot on. First impression, the location is set back from the road so it can catch you by surprise, although it is surrounded by well established businesses so not isolated. Setting is intimate with décor capturing the essence of the Mediterranean with hookahs scattered throughout. The staff give a warm welcome and offer seating indoors or out. One might expect a limited menu given the size of the restaurant, but we were pleasantly surprised with a variety of selections. We couldn't decide and ordered a handful of items to share for two, which honestly I think works best. Highly recommend the homemade garlic sauce and hot sauce to accompany the dishes. And most definitely recommend the baklava to round things off. After our first successful dining experience we have returned and are now loyal customers. This is the type of place where the owner and staff genuinely go out of their way to ensure you are satisfied with your dining experience and the chef/owner finds great pride in serving fresh ingredients prepared daily. They go out of their way to make you feel at home. This is the type of place you find and keep. An added bonus is live entertainment, live music on many nights and belly dancing on other nights. The more I come to this place, I find more reasons to love it. Highly recommend, especially with a group of friends. Great place to get a bottle of wine, share a few platters, and have a leisurely meal and prices are very reasonable. Counting down the days to baklava!
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