This business has been in operation since 2013 and is owned by Tayser, who is originally from Syria.
It is located on Pattaya Sai 2, Soi 18, which is often referred to as Soi Yensabai, which contains many businesses owned by people, who originally come from the Middle East.
There are two fully trained chefs employed plus dining room staff, to ensure their customers have an enjoyable experience, when visiting the restaurant.
As you approach this venue, you will feel at home if you are familiar with Arabic, for its sign and window displays are written in this language. You will see a number of images in the window, which display a range of food available and directly in front of this, is seating for staff or possibly for those who wish to smoke. This part of the venue is surrounded by a wooden fence, offering a bit of protection from the roadside.
You could have a drink or even have your meal served in this area if you prefer the outdoors.
Inside, you will find a well lit spacious dining room featuring various sizes of tables and cushioned chairs for your comfort. There is an area on one side, which has long black sofa styled seating, and a large screen TV, providing Arabic entertainment.
The premises is cooled by air conditioning, ideal for maintaining the temperature for up to 50 customers.
The menu is written in both Arabic and English, which will help English readers gain an understanding of what is on offer.
From the breakfast section they have a range of egg dishes, including omelettes, boiled or fried eggs, a number of which are served with rice.
Soups such as potato, tomato, egg plant and fish make good starters before you venture into the mains.
They provide a good range of pasta dishes, like spaghetti with beef, chicken or seafood or macaroni and shrimp for example.
From their Biryani section, they have mutton and yellow rice plus a number of alternatives with seafood and chicken being the most popular choices. A similar range is available with green rice too.
Tasty curries are another option or items like chicken, rice and potato, mandi dishes, yogurt based meals, which again come with various options, and a good choice of kebabs.
Many of the meals are served in separate dishes of bowls, so you can add sauces to your main ingredient to suit your own preferences.
Only soft drinks can be purchased here but they do have all the popular ones on offer along with bottled water.
Ideally suited to Arab visitors and long term residents from this part of the world but if you are interested in sampling the cuisine from other nations, then this restaurant is a good option.
The food is well presented and affordable. If you want a taste of Middle Eastern delicacies, pay them a visit.