A couple of us went out and each of us enjoyed our meals. Fried calamari was excellent and the cannoli's were delicious! Great service too!
The money the restaurant charged is higher than what is printed on the menu. $25 was the charge of the bronzini on the bill. But the menu price is $22. I was not made aware of the difference until I received the bill. I brought the issue to the attention of the wait staff. She claimed that the owner said the fish was a bigger one. Therefore it cost more. I believe there were multiple opportunities for the restaurant personel to communicate with me about the difference on the price. But they did not. I don't think it is a fair way to do business.
The chicken parm was good.
Went for lunch..tables were dirty. WE TRIED 3 DIFFERENT ONES...... I was not allowed to order any of the specials so I asked for a cobb salad, they don't make them any more. So I would not recommend this place to anyone..I eat out a lot and have used groupon before and it's never a problem. ..DON'T WAIST YOUR MONEY! They won't be in business long!
Food was delicious and the service was great. We will be going back.
From Our Editors
With his grape leaves, falafel, and beef kebabs, Chef Jimmy Ahmad evokes the flavors of his Egyptian homeland from his homey restaurant right off Skippack Pike. But food from his native country isn't his only focus here—he also prepares a lineup of gourmet seafood dishes that includes the likes of mussels, crab-stuffed calamari, Mediterranean bronzini, and broiled flounder. And to ensure the utmost freshness, Chef Ahmad hand selects all the fish and crustaceans he uses as often as three times a week from the Philadelphia Seafood Market.
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