Authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine
Posted on 06 / 21 / 2011
The flavors here are a little different than what most Lebanese cuisine in the area is like. The first time I ate here, I was left wishing that I went someplace more familiar. The Fattoush didn't have any lettuce, which left me wanting more, and the Lemon Lentil soup was very heavy on the lemon. Regardless, I was glad I tried it.
My mom and I recently went back because we were in the area and hungry. I'm glad I gave it another try! They were offering regular lentil soup, and when I asked if it was vegetarian, the waitress told me that it was indeed vegan! It was wonderful. I also got the falafel sandwich. It was offered fried or baked. I hate when I have the option because I always want to say fried, but feel guilty. So, the health-conscious part of me said baked even though I really wanted fried. I'm glad I went with baked. It was delicious and not dry at all (like I feared it would be).
So, go with an open mind and I think you will be pleasantly surprised.
Different Flavors, Comfortable Dining Room, Outdoor Patio