It took a little effort to find the restaurant at night. It is sandwiched in with other establishments across from the "Red Barn," count up to #15, and you won't miss it. The effort was worth it though. Suzanne, the waitress, was very friendly and knew what to recommend to a first-time guest. Although tempted by the kabob menue, the Chicken Shawarma was an excellent meal.
It started with a salad, which included the spiced beets, special olives, pita bread and hummus. The salad was very good, and I'm not a big beet-eater, but the beets were excellent. They were prepared in fine slices with a tasty sprinkle of spice on top. The pita bread tasted freshly made and don't miss out on the hummus; it is homemade from fresh garbanzo beans with a nice oil and spice: most excellent.
The Chicken Shawarma was served on a bed of rice which was delicious. Everything tasted fresh and homemade. I had the shawarma medium spicy which was just right but in case it was too hot, I ordered an Almaza beer which was was served in an ice-cold glass. Prices are "O.C. average" -
Service was excellent, which was good because I was very hungry. at that, I had enough left over for lunch the next day. I will definitely return to this establishment. It is worth a try!
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