All the food we had was excellent with the exception of the feta cheese with olives. The cheese was bland and it taste was overwhelmed by the olive oil. The kibbee balls were excellent--the covering was crisp, not oily and the ground meat was well-spiced. The lentil soup had a delicate broth with lentils, potatoes, baby spinach, and just the right spices. For mains, we had lamb dishes (make sure you specify that the lamb should be medium-rare). My wife had the lamb kabob with rice and grilled vegetables. The lamb was delicious and the quantity was such that she wound up taking some home for another meal. I had the Port Saiid lamb which is cooked with mushrooms in a garlic-lemon sauce served over rice pilaf. It was great; there was none left at the end of the meal. The only real Levantine dessert was baklava; this appeared to have a sugar syrup rather than honey. I prefer the sugar. This was a Friday night and there was not one empty seat; the kitchen was slow; the servers were apologetic; it was clearly not their fault. Cost is on the expensive side, but well worth the cost. I knocked them down one point for the kitchen slowness. I plan on returning.