I ate here with 5 business colleagues. It's the epitome of a quaint, Israeli cafe in the heart of the Village.
We were seated right away and shared dishes from the small plates menu. The beets, lamb kebabs, and hummus with mushrooms and onions were the biggest hits. The pita bread was among the best I've ever had. My colleagues also raved about the mint tea. We did not finish the eggplant or the labaneh.
Although small, the restaurant got a little noisy as it filled up. The service was prompt and efficient.
Overall this was an excellent dining experience.
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