I'm going to miss it.
I love eating here. Unfortunately, we're moving out of state and can't pick this place up and take it with. The portions are huge and everything on the menu I've tried is delicious. Recommend getting the falafel appetizer. The lentil soup is amazing. You can't go wrong with the schwarma. Finish your meal off with a Turkish coffee.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
College students and diners find delectable Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine nestled in a hidden strip mall down the street from the University of Central Florida’s main campus. The quaint, dimly lit restaurant serves more than just gyros, including kebabs, kibby (meat loaf), zaatar (Lebanese pizza) and the signature dish, the falafel. The ambiance features Libyan pictures and other Middle Eastern and Mediterranean destinations in elaborate, stone-looking frames, a case is filled with bronze, antique-looking coffee and tea decanters and incense burners from the homeland, tables are adorned with jeweled candle holders and provide a perfect setting for a romantic evening.
Baba ganouj to die for.
It's a hole in the wall. You have to order at the cash register, and often have to wait when she's busy in the back. You can count the tables on one hand. But, oh, is the food good. Their baba ganouj is amazing; the hummus is great. The vegetarian platter is wonderful. I honestly don't like falafels, so I can't comment on those. If you can't get a table, order take out. You won't regret it.