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Posted by K&F on 07/28/2006
I like their veal and lamb doner, diet spinach pies, red lentil soup,chicken vegetable soup,sheppherd salad, babaganush, hummus,spinach with chickpeas, beef stew, bakalava,gelato and brownies.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2006
I would say I'm a fan of this place, except that quality of the food and service varies a huge deal. Sometimes the food is fresh and yummy, sometimes the hummus is acid and you can tell the lentils have been sitting there for days. The first time I went there the service was terrible, the guy was extremely rude. I know now when to go and who to ask for my food, feel free to ask if the side dishes were made that day. I would recommend not stopping by on weekends, I have found most of the side dishes pretty bad those days.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2005
This place is a small restaurant with moderate ambiance but delicious food. Great for a quick kebab lunch or dinner. Try lamb shish or kafta kebab plate. The vegetarian dishes are fresh and tasty. Try the string beans, okra, or the stuffed grape leaves.
Posted by Lu Ann on 05/31/2005
This is one of my regular go to places on those days when I don't bring my own lunch. For $3.50 you get a really great falafel that is lightly pan fried (not deep fried and oily like other places) and served in a wrap as opposed to a pita. Everything here is really fresh and service is pretty good if you get there before the lunch crunch. Usually this place is very busy so that tells you somethng. All in all, really healthy food that won't break the bank. Two thumbs up!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/28/2004
It's really delicious. Very big surprise to find a place like this in NY. Everybody must try.