My Lebanese friends have explained that this restaurant was the only middle-eastern option open when CZ was still a socialist country. This gem has survived the transition to capitalism and is still quite tasty. The restaurant is rather small and they always seem to be overstaffed, with many friends of the staff stopping by to visit. This makes the place seem much crowded than it actually is. The food is a bit overpriced, but authentic. They have a nice selection of European and middle eastern wines to select from.
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