Be prepared for excellent food with slow service.
We came for lunch and were the only diners yet 30 minutes before we were served.
We enjoyed lamb stew, toasted cheese sandwiches and kim chee with rice. All well prepared with wonderful flavor. While we waited seemingly forever a baker walked by with a platter of challah just from the oven so we quickly ordered one to stem the hunger pains. Delicious! We would like to return but bad service with few diners must be awful service with a full house.
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