Tamam features a menu of authentic Palestinian and Arabic food all prepared in house from fresh and local ingredients.
I went here with a friend after the lunch hour. The place wasn't full,. My first time here, I didn't know if we were supposed to wait to be seated or if it was a coffee shop style dining. (Side Note: The sign near the entrance door said CLOSED, but their other OPEN sign was lit. Confused, I thought they were closed at first.)
We walked in towards the front counter, and a young lady asked if we were there to dine in. We were seated on the patio, which was neat but the the view was obscured by the moist on the glass... like a green house effect. Natural light was nice because inside was dark.
Took a look at the menu, and the lamb dish with rice, and veggies caught our attention. We ordered two of the lamb dishes. We were so excited to try the food. Authentic Palestinian. We were soon disappointed.
The portions were laughable and insulting to the diner. A small portion of rice, some cut up radish, and measly portion of meat. I thought this was a joke or an appetizer dish, but it was the actual potion.
I mentioned to the owner that my dining companion wanted a bigger portion and the ladies in the kitchen went 'Awwww'.
Fine Cuisine doesn't have to be measly! Disappointing portion size but tasty.