Ezba is a lovely, authentic place with a pretty garden where you are made to feel at home. The vibe is casual, nearly spartan with wood tables, paper clothes and simple dishware. The food, presented very simply, is homestyle and upfront with a few pleasant discoveries. We really liked the mauve salad (hubeza) mixed with fresh onions, bulgur and plenty of lemon juice. It’s a very original, tasty version of tabouli. The Shish barak, a meat pocket pie cooked in goat’s milk, is astonishing: the balance between the tender meat and tart goat’s milk is very interesting and delicious. This is the perfect spot to discover genuine Arab cuisine: rich, generous and ideal for sharing. Here it is available in all of its facets with a very varied menu.