Arabian Nights Restaurant San Francisco I really enjoyed my time in the restaurant. Everyone is really welcoming and polite. The girl Hanna serving hookah is a sweetheart she gave the patio and experience a nice vibe. The food tasted and was presented great. I wished they turned on the warmer caz it was a bit chilly but still perfect because I had there tea. Thank you
- Name : Arabian Nights Restaurant San Francisco
- Worktime : 3–10PM
- Type :Lebanese restaurant
- Assessment :
- Prices : $$4
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Arabian Nights Restaurant Address :
2345 Mission St, San Francisco
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Best seller :
A wonderful place where you can chill, eat delicious food, and sit to smoke the hookah. This place truly reminds me of my two week long trip I spent in Amman, Jordan. All of the restaurants their had hookahs that they would bring to their customers as well. This place is a true window into another world. Every time I come here I always find myself ordering the lamb and beef plate along with the chicken shwarma. Both entrees are consistently phenomenal! This restaurant will always hold a special place in my heart and I will continue to come back.
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Visitors’ Comments :
comment 1 :
Amazing presentation in take out! Look at those beauty plates. The beat part it taste even better. Fresh, flavorful, and seasoned on point! Exceed your he expectations leaving taste buds super happy!
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The place was very cool and we had so much fun. The bartender gave me his signature booze, and it was amazingly delicious! There’s a kick, but not that much. There is no after-taste and the best of all, no hangover the next day! I am looking forward to coming back here and have fun with friends!
Comment 4 :
Love Arabian nights, it’s a hidden gem
Great food and cool ambience if you want to sit outside and smoke hookah. Sometimes lately the hookah has been on the harsher side, but my overwhelming experience here has mostly been 5-stars so grading based on that average