Sanaa's is hands down my favorite restaurant in South Dakota. The chef-owner learned to cook in her native Syria and then attended Cordon Bleu in Paris for two years. Her cuisine highlights the home cooking of the Middle East. Saturday lunch is the best time to come because the restaurant offers a buffet with 3 kinds of breads, 3 appetizers, soup, a couple of salads, rice, and at least 3 main dishes. Don't miss the muhamara, a roasted red pepper and walnut spread made with pomegranate molasses. The main dishes rotate but generally offer a traditional kefta and a moussaka type dish. Try everything, but leave room for the homemade desserts. The baklava is heavenly beyond reason. The fennel cookies are amazing. Buy a plate of goodies to share with your dining companions and go back for more.
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