Good food, good service and nice outdoor seating. Although not really outstanding, great value and the preparation is good.
This was the best meal I had during my 4day stay in Cleveland. The food was fresh, well seasoned, excellent quality and fairly priced. The staff was friendly and helpful and willing to accommodate special needs. The restaurant is located in an old building, beautifully restored and well laid out and decorated. It is feast for palate and eyes!!
Live entertainment on patio. Bring your "axe" and they'll let you sit in! First time tasting this ethnic cuisine. Tried just about everything and it was terrific. You won't be disappointed.
I had the soujouk, it was very nice. The homemade bread and zaatar was wonderful. Friendly service. Nice atmosphere and music. Clean.
Trixie an Brandon are great servers. The food is fresh -always delicious. I eat here as Often s possible. The atmosphere is dressy but I've been in jeans and a t-shirt and been comfortable too. Unless your child eats Lebanese I don't think the menu is kid friendly.
This Lebanese restaurant in downtown Cleveland was a surprising find. We dined outdoors on a Sunday evening after visiting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (don't miss this if you are a music fan on any level). The service was really good and honest. Out waiter told us the tabouli was the second best in the world,... More
I've never been to a Lebanese Grill. The menu as well as the knowledgeable waitress made selections easy. The 9 vegetable soup is excellent and a large portion. The Ahi Tuna is a great selection for someone who does not want to dive into the unknown. We were a group of 14 out for a business dinner and we had... More
By far one of my favorite places in Cleveland. The food, serivce, atmosphere is amazing! The location is great with the outdoor seating you can really enjoy the few months of beautiful weather in Cleveland. Items on the menu I highly recommend: Hummus (spicy & regular) Hummus Fatteh Baba Falafel Taza Chicken Salad ( the best salad I've ever had)... More
We were enticed by the presence of customers of Middle Eastern origin. We came away with mixed feelings. Some dishes were good (falafel salad) but other ones were just average (falafel pita, shwarma). The favors too uniform - evertyhing tasted the same. The service was not particularly friendly. It was obvious that they wanted to free up the table for... More
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