Food-wise, nothing super special here - the mansaf is good and the mezze is a definite "share" because there's so much of it. The decor and ambiance are what make the restaurant. Vaulted ceilings, hanging, elaborate lamps and iron chandeliers, low to the ground Bedouin style dining on tray-type tables. Worthwhile going with a group of people. Fun atmosphere.
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