I arrived here fairly late on a Wednesday evening, hoping for the best, as I was ready for a big meal. My bet paid off, as I enjoyed the Lebanese hamburger dish, in huge portions with lots of tasty accompaniments. My waitress was so helpful, and the service timely. For dessert I managed to (barely) finish a wonderful "Katajef og Bouza" - walnut cake with syrup and vanilla ice cream. With a glass of Ksara Cabernet Sauvignon, the bill was about 390 SEK, which I felt was well-earned. The restaurant is fairly small, but the décor is distinctive and cozy.
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