Lebanese cuisine is not the most common option on the South Florida dining scene; however many of us may already be familiar with some of the dishes such as hummus, falafel and kebabs. When you choose to dine here, you can delve further into the food culture by sampling authentic dishes like "makdoos," pickled eggplant, and "malfoof," cylindrical cabbage rolls stuffed with well-seasoned ground beef. One must-have is the kafta kebab, a house-made spiced ground lamb sausage. All this and more is served by an attentive and affable staff. Keep in mind that the table spacing is tight, and there are times when this small eatery can be packed to the brim.