Okay, let me start by saying I'm biased about this place. I've eaten here a lot and rarely been disappointed. Seating is small, about 18-20. The'll put tables together for groups of people, so don't be afraid to ask. Decor isn't going to win any prizes but it's very clean and the staff are friendly and always helpful. You won't be seated so find your own table, then talk to anyone behind the counter. If you're a vegetarian, there are lots of great tasting dishes to fill you up: falafel, stuffed grape leaves, lentil soup, greek/fattoush salad, spinach pie, foule, and spice/zaatar pies. The are very accomodating when you are asking for substitutes.
The daily specials are simple, quick and tasty: Mousaka (roasted eggplant); chicken & rice plate; beef shawarmas. Their beef/chicken rockets, wow pie, chicken donairs are all tasty, quick and easy meals. Their kibbeh is heaven, wraped in a pita wedge and covered with baba ghanoush.
The humous is homemade and fresh as is the falafel - not premade mixtures most places use. The falafel is superb. The tabouleh is the best in town. Either lentil or chicken vegetable soup with greek salad and chicken fattoush is a great meal.
Personally, I think the place shines on Saturday when they serve several special items: Cheese Pie; Zaatar Pie; Meat Pie; and Foule. Think of 'pie' like pizza pie. The pies are made from homemade dough about 8 inches: meat pie - covered in spiced ground meat; zaatar - spices (thyme, oregano, etc); cheese - a mixture of mozzarella & feta. Foule - a mixture of several type of beans in a stew of delicious garlicy sauce eaten with wedges of pita bread. These are excellent and tasty.
Desserts - lots of fresh, homemade items to choose from. I liked baklava or tamara with Arabic coffee. They have excellent rice pudding, humus & garlic spreads in their take-out fridge.
You can't go wrong here. The food tasts great and the price is certainly affordable.