We were shown to this place when visiting friends who live in the area. I guess it looks like a cafe from the outside. The seating is rather unusual and reaching the table can be a bit tricky. There is no table service, you order at the kitchen area. The staff do not have a good command of English at all so this could present a bit of a problem in communication, for example I wanted to know how Egyptian rice on the menu differed from boiled rice, it was only because there happened to be an Iranian customer who helped translate my queries to the staff regards the menu that I had some idea on what to order. The staff are Egyptian and speak Arabic, so a fellow customer who spoke Arabic and Hebrew helped us out, well done that man!We ordered a mix of vegetables with spaghetti, chick peas, rice, with option of additional meat, a lovely hummus salad, coloured rice and extremely tasty freshly squeezed orange juice, our friends had meat on flat breads with pickles etc in salad. There are sauces to add if so desired. Considering the charges the food was very good. Portion sizes are more than ample so we were all pogged.
We took a tray of baklava back with us.
Yes, I'd recommend you visit, if you're looking for good value for money you won't go wrong here.
And the staff are all very friendly and obliging.
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