There are several fancier and more expensive kosher restaurants in this part of Brooklyn, but you will be hard pressed to find better food. My wife and I have been going here for 20 years, and the quality of the food has been consistently high. That also goes for the appetizers and side dishes.
The food is Israeli style, tasty but not too spicy. The menu choices are limited, but the basics are there. Prices are moderate. The beef kabob is my favorite.
The place is small but clean and the decor is very simple. Its all about the food.