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We ate lunch here during a 2 week stay in Skokie/Chicago as part of an Idf disabled veterans delegation.
We were a party of about 30 people.
The food was tasty and although being a large group at a anyway packed restaurant the service was...More
Spent $200 for family of 10 -- ouch! The beef grill was fatty and chewy, and the Taboun mixed grill just mediocre. Exceptions were the kubeh and Moroccan cigars which were tasty. The shwarma is fair. Had been there once previously, and it was a...More
It's hard to get good Hummus in the USA but this place does it right. All the food we had (hummus plate with mushrooms, falafel, shwarma) was great. They didn't rush us at all and we sat there for two hours. Place was very busy...More
Tried this place several times. It seems like if you're not a regular they treat you differently.
We asked for my wifes sandwich to exclude the wrap. She can't eat it, so why waste it? They couldn't eliminate the bread. "It is impossible to eliminate!"...More
There are a decent amount of choices but it's time to add some new variety. I get the impression that because there aren't many Kosher choices in the area they aren't overly motivated to keep raising the bar. Food is decent.
The food is always consistently good. I order lots of vegetarian salads they are always yummy. I also like the chicken thigh dinner. They can get really busy. That's because the secret is out that the food is so great!
My friend and I went here for lunch on August 4th. Little did we realize that this day was a minor Jewish holiday (Tish'a B'Av), meaning that they were not serving meat that day. But not to worry. There were plenty of vegetarian, vegan, and...More
Gave this place a second chance after a bad first experience. This visit was worse than the first.
Asked for a sandwich without the pita was like asking for a pot pie without the crust.
The staff seem more interested in bleating out rules than...More