There are no problems with the food here. It is in fact interesting and very nice. The theme is Lebanese that has been australianised to some degree but what is on offer is always tasty and delicious.
The service seems to be a little haphazard but is always cheerful and helpful. The atomosphere is very relaxed, so do not go here if you are in a hurry.
The prices are a little higher here than in town but the ingredients are well put together and probably a little more labour intensive than some other places.
The wine list is good too and the coffee reasonable. On cold days it is good to get a table near the fire. The premises can get cold, so a seat near the door, which people tend to, rather tardily, leave open, is not a good idea. A great place in summer when you can have the cool shade inside or venture into the rear garden/courtyard area.
The cakes here are home made and quite delicious.