It’s Lebanese. Farid says he charges more than the other restaurants. But it’s also good. They cook up kabobs behind glass. There’s an escalator in the background. It opens to a shopping mall. This is where I go for a sitdown meal in Middle East style. The service is not warm or fuzzy. But no one bothers you while you eat and read. It’s relaxed and I never leave hungry. It has an odd name. There is a grocery, meat section, fish section, produce (stacked), and bakery/cafe. It’s a kind of all in one.