good food, quiet atmosphere. Very friendly/family atmosphere, comfortable for a woman traveling alone.
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We enjoyed this fine cafe for lunch. Very convenient to City Hall. Small but attractive. The owner himself greeted us and made recommendations. We had grilled lamb kabob and grilled marinated chicken. Served with rice and grilled vegetables. Wonderful.
Had to give a shout out to this awesome Middle-Eastern restaurant right across from where I work. It's been in business for quite a while and never disappoints. Absolutely superb hummus, baba, grape leaves, falabel, kebabs, etc. Very reasonably priced and very casual. Definitely hit...More
Found this gem of a Mediterranean restaurant on our first night in Philly. The food was some of the best Mediterranean food I've had since my Greece trip. We had the Middle East Combo for an appetizer and it was delicious. Best Baba Gannouj I've...More
Small middle eastern restaurant. We love the food which is very tasty and carefully presented. We also love the drinks, especially yaran, a yogurt drink, imported. They also have nice selection of juices. Highly recommended for a family or friend outing before or after theatre....More
A good, simple BYO Lebanese restaurant in the heart of Philadelphia's center city, meters away from the Kimmel concert hall, the Opera House, and the Walnut/Chestnut shopping area. They serve a 25$ sampler including nicely grilled meat, kofta, hummus, fava bean paste, etc. More than...More
It was a cozy spot, a small restaurant, with an open kitchen in the back. There were a couple of tables that were empty, which eventually filled up as the time passed. But overall, a clean comfortable casual place. The menu had plenty of options,...More
Small neighborhood Lebanese restaurant with many of the patrons return customers. The food is fresh and plentiful. the hummus and the fava beans in garlic is just wonderful. We had the grape leaves and the spinach mushroom pie. The mushrooms were fresh not canned, just...More