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Next to the Cinema n' Drafthouse, this is a newish, sleek resto that was hopping on a Friday night. It seems to have struck a chord with the locals.
The menu is all on one big page and has many choices. We went with two tangines, lamb and kefta.
The lamb is with prunes and sesame seeds. The chunks of meat are tender but comes with no sauce and winds up being a bit boring. The kefta is very saucy and loaded with spices, including plenty of red hot pepper paste. The two eggs on top were overcooked. I'd say that this dish was one-dimensional.
The food was good, but I'd like it to be better. I think the menu is worth investigating some more, but only when it is convenient to go.
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