Ok. I understand that sometimes a hair can be in your plate, but, them telling you that if we change the pilaf rice for another rice, they had to charge us more money? Come on!
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This restaurant does not shine because of its decoration or the presentation of its dishes, but the flavors of Lebanese cuisine which clears the view of the afore-mentioned. Ideal for a quick lunch or take home food. It also offers its guests, products from the...More
Due to lack of quality middle eastern food in Miami, this place continues to survive. It is so annoying to be eating a soggy falling-apart sandwich that is mainly filled with cabbage and lettuce overpowering any little meat provided. I keep trying and keep getting...More
Here I found all that I want, food, tea... great service. If you want to try something different here in Miami I just recommend this place.
I love this place. From the homemade soups to the falafel. I usually get a falafel sandwich with extra pickled cabbage. yum I also love the Turkish pistachios. The market carries a wide variety of imported food products. They also bake deserts onsite, baklava and...More
I have been looking for a lace like this since I moved back to Miami and does this place deliver. It had been so long since I enjoyed good Falafels and dishes like hummus and the eggplant dish baba ganoush (spelling?). Since this place was...More