We went there for takeout on a Saturday night and the place was completely empty. It still took them 20 minutes to prepare two orders for us. The price was expensive for the amount of food we got. The falafel balls looked like dried cow patties and were so dessicated from overfrying that no flavor was left in them and the pieces shot all over the place when we cut into them. The chicken breast kebab we ordered also tasted dry, and we only got 8 small chunks with our meal. As for the sides that came with the meal, the small portion of hummus was too bland and the salad was good but ordinary. Most of the meal was comprised of the rice which was so plentiful that there was enough left over for the next evening's meal.
As for ambiance, a big screen tv is plastered on the main wall. The dine-in plates are made of plastic. I am afraid I cannot recommend this restaurant even if you are a big fan of rice.
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