Filled with cane tables and chairs, this chaotic family-style restaurant produces great Middle Eastern food. You could easily fill up on several dishes from the large selection of mezes, which are the restaurant's best work. Be sure to leave room for baklava and other dripping, nut-filled pastries. The place is technically in Villa Crespo, but it's only about a block from Palermo Soho, across Avenida Córdoba. Most nights there are belly dancers and palm readers wandering through the restaurant. Arrive early or expect to wait for a table.
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