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Cafe Barada | May 28, 2004 03:26 PM

Lebanese transplant from Arlington on Mass Ave just down and across from Greek Corner.

Had hoummos (some of the lightest and tastiest I've ever had), dolma (fresh and without the bitter taste grape leaves sometimes have), falafil (very good), mujeddara (wonderful spread of spiced lentils, rice, and onions), labany (soft-yogurty cheese), syrian salad with feta (iceberg, somewhat disappointing) and a generous lamb kebab, done perfectly medium rare.

All of this plus soft drinks left 4 people completely stuffed for $60, including tip.

No beer/wine license yet and while various reviews say they're open til 10 they put up the closed sign before 9 last night and subtly shooed us out shortly after.

Still, some of the better middle eastern food around, and very nice people.

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