Family owned since 1988, the restaurant invites guests to experience Lebanese dishes inside a former archbishop's residence. Recommended for sampling is the tour of five appetizers. The house specialty, seasoned lamb, is roasted slowly over a low flame and served with yogurt-cucumber sauce. Charcoal broiling adds flavor to the beef, chicken and shrimp kebabs. Vegetarians have many options here. Live music and belly dancing enhance the atmosphere on Friday and Saturday nights.