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Ibrahim A.
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Report | 12 days ago
Real good food and tasty.
Shanna C.
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Report | a month ago
Turkish coffe is a must.
Deanna N.
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Report | a month ago
This is authentic Middle Eastern food prepared and served by very nice people.
David L.
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Report | 3 months ago
The place is a very nice environment. The atmosphere, is relaxed, and very easy-going where you are able to read a book, or have a conversation. The food, a simple yet and inspiringly good. The owner, along with his staff, provide unique experience.
Pamela B.
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Report | 3 months ago
The portions are great the food is so fresh and consistently excellent
Mitul A.
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Report | 3 months ago
Food was good except for the rice, which was cold. Service was very bad. We were rushed from the beginning by the waitress, she didn't smile or make small talk. She cleared our plates without asking when we weren't even done.
Lyra L.
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Report | 4 months ago
Great atmosphere & the food was outstanding
Dori F.
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Report | 4 months ago
Best Lebanese food in town! Great service.
Susan
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Report | 4 months ago
Good food
Deanna N.
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Report | 5 months ago
Food is good, service not so good. A large order of hummus should include bread but we were charged for bread without being told there was a charge. Waitress/hostess not helpful at all to handicapped. Shouldn't have tipped her but I'm too nice
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The scent of grilling lamb, beef, and chicken filters throughout the dining room of Nour Mediterranean Cafe, hinting at marinades, garlic, and herbs. Other Mediterranean staples shine, from the olive oil sprinkled across the pita bread to the yogurt sauce, hummus that drape gyros, and the nour sauce and hot bread. The chefs also twist together stuffed grape leaves, roast eggplants for baba ghanouj, and dice herbs for tabbouleh. Baklava bakes to an even gold in the kitchen, and cups of turkish coffee keep patrons awake through slideshows from a boss’s vacation at the mattress store.

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