I dined at Chatanooga on Thanksgiving Day with my wife, and two others. We were rather late for lunch (1:30) and were the only diners present in a rather large space. The restaurant was doing a brisk take out business.
Service was very attentive,and the prices surprisingly reasonable. We had a wide variety of appetizers and main dishes, and everything was good. My uncle ordered the traditional Thanksgiving meal - complete with cranberry sauce and was very pleased with his choice. The rest of us have various skewered meats with Persian rice, and were delighted with both the flavor and presentation. We all shared a dessert of pistachio baklava which was unique and wonderful. The appetizers were the real stars of the menu. I especially recommend the Moroccan Cigars and Grape Leaves.
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