Drawn into this Lebanese place by the promise of a raw lamb kibbeh, I found that they've discontinued the dish.
The hummous is good, smooth, a bit heavy on the tahini, but nicely smoothened over by a pool of olive oil and a little pile of chick peas.
Makanek is savoury but basic, the pinenuts embedded in the meat providing mostly textural contrast rather than aroma. A thin and vinegary sauce which is fine if applied judiciously. Asked for toom, but none came...
Little spinach and pinenut filled pastries were ordinary, lukewarm on the inside and a touch plain, as if premade, frozen and baked as needed.
Pretty good tray of baklava, sweet and nutty, and fairly crispy filo that was not overwhelmed by the honey.