The atmosphere inside the restaurant is similar to the one that you find in some shelters.
They have an external patio, but is not yet in use being in the Winter season.
I order a cup of tomato-basil soup and arrived cold after long time. The soups of the day are always ready and hot in a kitchen, evidently the server forgot my soup in the kitchen counter. The flavor of the soup was messy without a clean and fresh flavor like a tomato-basil soup is suppose to have.
I also order the plain Hummus with kafta (ground beef). Hummus is a chick peas puree
with some flavors (garlic, etc.). What I receive was a small plate with a thin layer of hummus spread on the dish and with a table spoon of a ground beef preparation in top. The hummus flavor was ok, but the ground beef preparation was edible, but nothing very attractive. The quantity of the ground beef was to small for the price of 10.79 dollars that the server wanted to bill to me, despite that in the menu was listed at 9.79. The justification of the server was that the menu prices were increased. But a serious and professional restaurant can not bill you a new price without changing the prices in the men first. She took out the dollar, but even at $ 9.79 the dish was very expensive for a thin layer of a chic peas puree with a table spoon of ground beef served in a small dish. In top of all of the above the pita bread on the side was partially
uncooked (that means that is missing a quality control in the kitchen).
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