We started with Chicken Shawarma, definitely one of the best in city. Then we tried Kabsa Laham - it was good, will specifically appreciate the tomato condiment served along with it. We also tried Mandi, now I expected the taste to be way different from Kabsa, according to experience at other Lebanese joints, but it tasted similar to Kabsa. We tried 3 desserts - Umm Ali - which is a had bread dipped in sweetened milk, Baklava - 2 pieces dry fruits and 2 pieces cashew. This dish was disappointing as opposed to many other reviews, the crispy part is expected to be like puff but it was too hard. Both the filling had an aggressive synthetic flavor, thus disliked. Then we tried kunafa - this sweet pastry is the Middle Eastern version of the cheese cake. It is stuffed with a white soft cheese, coated with crisp seewaiyan, a new dessert experience.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.