This is my favorite Mediterranean restaurant (here's their website), although I can't say I've tried many.
Sorry these pictures are so dark. They didn't come out when I used a flash, and I'm just an amateur photographer...so instead of figuring out how to take a nice picture, I just took these.
This is the Chicken Cilicia w/ some kind of lemon chicken soup (I thought the soup was better than their Armenian potato salad, which is weird because I usually love potato things). Chicken cilia (according to Kurtis, the European language expert, it's pronounced "Suh-lih-shuh,") is chicken, almonds, raisins, chickpeas, and cinnamon wrapped in fillo dough. It came with cheese, fruit, and hummus (hummos? why do different places spell it differently?). SOO GOOD.
Dessert: Kurtis and I shared a baklava, which was huge and had too much whipped cream on the side:
I also had (not on the same night, of course!) their Middle Eastern plate and their Chicken Pomegranite, and both were delicious.