Milli's was a weird experience. The restaurant seems to lack an idenity. It is Lebanese selling itself as Mexican... serving an Italian food item (among an area with seemingly a dozen other pizza chains).
The food, quality wise, is quite good---the falafel especially so.
Service however is incredibly slow; and, at the heat/peak of lunch time, it is very dead---every neighbouring restaurant is packed with people. On one particular occasion, the sole employee was a friend of the owners who didn't know her way through the kitchen. A one minute sausage sandwich took over half an hour for the woman to prepare and no one else customer-wise was in there.
The decor, like the restaurant's identity, is also mixed and a tad tacky. I should also note, for a Lebanese establishment (in theory) it neither serves a good Arabic coffee or any traditional Arabic or Levantine tea I'm accustomed to.
In essence, Milli's could use work.
I just went there last night. This is a new place. They have middle eastern, Greek and Mexican food. The smoothies are delicious too. The owner was very friendly and the decor is nice. The place is very clean and has a patio. My favorite is the pita pizza they make before your eyes. I will be going back.
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