the capuccino (sp?) i bought was half full, and 1/4 of foam. i had asked them to fill up my cup and they just looked at me and added milk without a smile and they said that is what a capuccino is rudely and ruined my capuccino. i havent been there since then, but i hope those two bartenders left.(this was during the spring of 2005.
i went to this restaurant for dinner with my wife, and they gave us options on what type of dinner to have. we picked the cheapest of 17.95 a person. that came with a whole chicken, a plate of salad, 2 smalls cups of tea (like shot glasses) and bastila(a type of pasty with chicken) so if we had another guest (3 people) we would still get the same amount of food (except for the tea). drinks are separate price. there was also a belly dancer the night i went, my wife wasnt very happy about that. lol
PROS: you get a flavor of the moroccan culture
CONS: too expensive
this ethiopian restaurant is very friendly. the international food is not very expensive, but not cheap either. a plate of injara(salty pancake type bread) with dorowat (spicy red suuce) with chicken, is about 8 bucks. it also very spicy.
CONS: maybe too spicy for some
very fine and delicious food . caterers are well prepared and polite. like most caterers it is a little expensive but worth it. recommended for weddings and birthdays.
CONS: some caterers speak very little English, but are very polite
Dr. Ellini, Dr. Lorico and Dr. Reza are very proffesional I have met each one and I feel very comfortable talking to them. They give you 100% of their attention. You can tell they LOVE children.
PROS: Office is clean!