Came here with my kashrut-observant family and they couldn't stop raving.......first of all, the decor and the clientele are much more stylish than you usually find in Middle Eastern restaurants, and the menu is more sophisticated too. The house baked pita breads emerge hot from the brick oven, and are the perfect accompaniment for the hummus topped with a mixture of beef and lamb and pine nuts and the duet of chopped chicken and goose liver .Also not to be missed is the lachmajoun - a focaccia stuffed with beef and lamb seasoned with green tehina and the shredded filet carpaccio salad.
For the main course, we were spoiled for choice. In the end we went with the couscous and kebab - both house specialties and rightly so. We were also wowed by the perfectly cooked chicken livers with pears in balsamic maple sauce, the thin, crispy chicken schnitzel and lamb chops sizzling on a hot iron plate. Everything was delicious, beautifully presented and servings were generous and the staff were friendly and attentive. Unfortunately, we were too stuffed for dessert - next time.
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