Yemeni Fusion Not To Be Missed
Our group of six professionals had a delightful weeknight dinner at Saha. We shared six small dishes, ordering two servings of each dish. The total, 12 items, worked well for us. While we were all omnivores, the menu is friendly to vegetarians and gluten-free folks.
The food was spectacular. We ordered: baby beets, stuffed avocado salad, falafal and eggplant, chicken Bastilla, wild salmon "baklava" in a pastry, and kofta in yogurt. Superb sauces really contributed to the great flavors.
Bites of warm baklava ended the meal on just the right note. Without alcohol, the bill per person came to $38 including tip, which we found very reasonable given the high quality of the dishes.
The noise level in the restaurant was "energetic," which somewhat impacted the opportunity for our group to get acquainted with one another. Still, we really enjoyed ourselves and had good conversation. One person even planned to return the following evening to explore the menu further.