Being as it was the weekend, the Critic’s BH decided that the family should attempt to make a dent in the Guru restaurants Saturday buffet.
The buffet is a home made affair with the steam table ware a little haphazardly placed; as a result it’s not easy to get to the food in some cases, which is also affected by the lack of readily visible serving spoons.
But the food is wonderful and everyone raved about it. There is a modest selection to choose from at the buffet but since it is Lebanese food, it is extremely filling and you really can’t go nuts unless you are of course well-endowed in the digestive department. In the salad department, there is only one, a tabbouleh. The Critic assumes it is good, since the rules of engagement surrounding the preparation of a tabbouleh are beyond the scope of his knowledge base. There are two types of filled savory pastries; the one stuffed with leaves (grape?) and the other with meat. There is kibi crudo and bola. Garbanza and labne as well as berenjena aka eggplant. Rices abound. Cabbage rolls and little grape vine rolls stuffed with meat and rice.
It’s all good! Tasty and homemade!
At $150 a head (not including drinks) it seems reasonable enough for the level of satisfcation that can be achieved for that amount.