Citysearch Editorial Review.
Tucked inside Tysons Galleria, this family-owned Middle Eastern restaurant (part of a small restaurant chain) serves authentic Lebanese cuisine in a large neutral-toned dining room. Texture and lighting keep things interesting; stone work is offset by soft, floor-to-ceiling curtains and dim recessed lighting. The menu includes a combination of mezza (small plates) such as meat pies and sausage, entrees such as kebobs and stewed lamb and an entire section dedicated to vegetarian dishes. For fun, ask for a table with backgammon--the glass tabletop lifts off to reveal the playable board underneath. While the restaurant is a draw for business lunches and famished shoppers, it's true to its familial roots with a separate menu just for "little ones."