Sahara

A warm ambiance and lots of natural light surround tasty Lebanese and Middle Eastern dishes. For lunch or dinner, try Port Said Chicken, Kibbi be Seineeye, Grilled Shrimp and much more served, all served under a high ceiling and in front of a calming fireplace. Do not leave this trendy Highland Street jewel without sampling something from the appetizer and dessert menus, too.

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  1. Marsha
    Marsha
    August 15, 2008 at 7:00 am

    Can’t agree with the site’s description of the joint.
    There’s no “warm ambiance”. It has rickity tables and chairs. Has the effect of a warehouse.
    The “lots of natural light” is from the street light.
    The food is so-so. Service so-so. The place is sort of greasy.
    Thank God they got rid of the piano player guy.
    Trendy? Really now. The only thing going for it, is it’s location – it’s easily accessible. Parking out back.
    Hey, maybe I’m wrong.

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