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Gorgeous architecture, but the Temple Mount belongs to the Jews, and it has long since before Islam. I look forward to the day the temple is rebuilt when the Messiah comes.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
My family and I will eat here every few months and every time we come, everything is simply outstanding. Just recently, we went with a wait time of 45 minutes for a table. We accepted it, knowing it was a busy holiday night. After a long hour and a half (we wouldn't have made it that long if they hadn't had heated lamps in the balcony waiting area), we were seated at a booth. The service was very apologetic and offered free desserts to compensate, so from the moment we were seated, we were instantly delighted. We started off with a round of guacamole and calamari. The calamari was excellent, served with a red pepper sauce and aioli, with the squid being seasoned to perfection. The guacamole couldn't be seasoned better, and was served with 'plantain chips' that were surprising, and actually went better with the guacamole than regular chips. Then came the main course. I ordered lamb chops and chimichurri steak. The lamb chops were cooked perfectly and were juicy and tender, served with a pepper hummus that complemented the flavor beautifully. After I finished my lamb, my steak arrived, which I ordered medium rare. The steak was so thin that I presumed it would be overcooked. But, I cut it and to my surprise, it was medium rare! The chimichurri sauce was nice and tart, while not having an overpowering lime flavor. The steak was very juicy and flavorful, and I savored every bite. My family ordered various different tapas, and they enjoyed each and every one of them (and I heard extensive praise towards the Patatas Bravas, so I'll be getting those next time). Desserts came around and we ordered the trio chocolate. It had chocolate ice cream, chocolate mousse, and a strange chocolate pastey thing with a banana on top that I really liked. Throughout, service was above and beyond expectations on a busy holiday night. They were kind, gracious, and upbeat, while also being apologetic about the wait. Overall, it's an easy 10/10, and just might be my favorite restaurant ever!
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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