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Posted by Hell's Kitchenette on 11/29/2008
Well worth a trip across town, this tiny spot is a hidden treasure. A short menu with lots of great choices, creative food that you can watch the chefs prepare. The meal started with complimentary deep fried chickpeas, salty, crispy and just enough oil that one knew to forget about calories. The dueling pork special was smoky and roasted to perfection, served with a side of mustard spiked coleslaw, tangy with just a hit of heat. Phyllo wrapped goat meat on a bed of savory beans and yogurt sauce, mmmm! Save room for dessert. We had custard with a side of crispy pastry drizzled in honey and sprinkled with salt. Big enough to share, if you're feeling generous toward your dining companions. Excellent service. The waiter was there with water refills before I noticed I needed it, yet didn't hover too much. The only downside was that the background music, while good, was a bit loud. I'm glad I got there before this place becomes too well known to get a reservation.