Not a very good experience compared to the first time we went there. The food was not as good and was dry. The service was horrible - slow, unenthusiastic. Wasn't very fun.
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Not a bad Middle Eastern restaurant although since I've lived and worked in Dubai, Kuwait, Saudi and Oman for years I've been spoiled. The belly dancers add to the atmosphere on weekends.
I ate here 3 times during my stay in Medellin because it was that good. The service is a bit slow at times, but that's Medellin for you. The hummus plate is excellent, as is the biryani. Also, the dolmehs were very good. Each time...More
Myself and two friends visited this restaurant on my last night in Medellin before flying home to the UK. The food was 'mouth-wateringly' good (we had the vegetarian sharing plate for 2 and also tried the Samosa and Vine Leaves) and I would definitely recommend...More
I grew up in the Bay Area, Hawaii and Seattle, all of which excel in authentic ethnic food. I am a self-acclaimed foodie and this was by far, the best Arabic food I have ever experienced in my entire life! We visited on a Thursday...More
The restaurant has two levels and different environment when you either sit on a table or on the floor. Food quality is very good including beverages. It is expensive for the city standards.
My son found this restaurant and it was open on Christmas Eve. It's a blend of Indian, Israeli, Lebanese, Turkish and a few other cuisines. After you order, you are presented with an enormous naan which is made in house. It comes with 8 spreads...More
For me, it is by far the best restaurant in terms of value for money. whenever we have a family get together or a office gathering, we go here. Naan is a freshly baked fluffy and soft bread that you'd never miss.