Cosy, nice decor, well lit! Sit inside or outside depending on weather. Too many managers in jackets, ties, inattentive wait staff for a place seating approx 40 people! The have an open kitchen which is nice. The well groomed Lebanese chef must be behind the authentic mezze and shawarmas. I ordered mine in the pita which is strangely thing and long. The lamb was very good by Pakistan standards but Zaatar in Karachi is better. The white grape juice was perfect. Vine leaves as the chef kindly e planned suffered from the wrong rice stuffing at the moment which he promised to fix by our next visit. Patrons were a mix of locals and Arabs which is a good sign of relative authenticity of the food. The baklava was perhaps a bit stale as they probably don’t sell as much as they make everyday. It’s not a cheap place but worth a visit when you are craving some non spicy fare.
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