This brand-new addition to Portland's sterling coterie of Lebanese cuisine is much more casual than most—it looks like they maybe domesticated a Sonoran taqueria—with low-priced pita sandwiches ($5-$6) and Lebanese pizzas ($4-$8) featured prominently on the menu, including the bitter-savory lahm bi'ajeen ($5), an addictive meat pie heavy with pine nuts that goes down all the better accented with ward ($2), a light rosewater drink. Service is charming and friendly, but they might laugh at your pronunciation.