One can dine inside
You can even settle in with a Hookah
and some Turkish coffee if you like.
My dining companion (DC) and I opted for the food. One of the owners has a sister restaurant in Tel Aviv, his food being exemplary of that served in Palestine.
for the vegetarian deluxe plate DC ordered.
Hummus topped with walnuts and almonds, Baba Ghanoush topped with almonds and olives, Falafel, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Tabbouleh and Labna, a kind of Yogurt cheese. Everything on this plate was good and some of the best Middle Eastern food I have had.
I ordered the mixed grill kabab.
Pieces of grilled beef, chicken and Lamb Kufta, a lamb meatloaf grilled on a skewer, were served with cucumber and tomato salad and aromatic rice. Another really good dish.
DC finished up with something sweet, Halva.
The food here was really good and for the most part prepared in-house. I would come back when in the mood for more Mediterranean food.
It's a wrap for another review on forks.
4805 S. Cleveland Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33907