Tender kebabs grilled over an open flame are the star attraction here. Filet mignon, cage-free chicken and ground chuck all shine, but nothing emerges brighter than the succulent lamb. The key ingredient is olive oil along with the piquant spice, sumac.
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Nader’s fiancé, Mexican-born Betti Villa, oversees the dining room. She also has added a few extras to the menu, such as special drinks made with fresh fruit and honey.
The eatery possesses a warm, cozy ambiance with casual elegance. Walls are festooned with pictures of various mustached figures, from sports legends to famous actors.
Weekday specials are available for around $8 at lunchtime.