Okay, so one of the first times we drove down Gardens Street after moving to Jordan, I saw this restaurant. At the time, I didn’t have my camera phone, so I wasn’t able to get a picture. The place took on nearly mythical status because I couldn’t find it again to take a picture. Then a couple of weeks ago, I was searching for computer paper and found the place. Unfortunately, it was rainy and El 3atal wasn’t driving, so I resolved to go back and get the picture. Finally, today we did! So, I challenge all of you who help me see the error of my ways. First, how would one “restore fish and chicken”? I mean, with wood it usually involves stripping, sanding, staining, and varnishing. Is there a kitchen equivalent of which I am unaware? Also, do they REALLY mean wood pile? I’ve seen fancy places in the US cook fish or chicken on a wood block to soak in the flavor. But, somehow the visual that comes to mind with this wood pile is the fires I used to lay when I was a kid – jumbled bunches of sticks and twigs. I fail to see how you could restore chicken on such a pile… Talk about restoration hardware! I thought you would enjoy this as much as I did.