While Almandi's menu offers a hearty nod to the carnivorous traditions of Yemeni cuisine, it embraces the vegetarian palate with equal fervor. The manager takes personal delight in crafting an excellent selection of vegetarian dishes that not only satisfy but also intrigue. Foul mudamas, fasolia, and the vibrant shakshuka alongside freshly baked flatbread and perfectly cooked rice, manifest as a testament to the kitchen's versatility and commitment to every guest's dietary preferences. Step up to the counter, and you'll be part of an intimate culinary spectacle. The absence of waitstaff is by design, introducing patrons to a self-guided adventure marked by a numbered card—a simple yet effective method for the cooks to navigate their way to your table with your freshly prepared order. The open kitchen is a stage where the art of Yemeni cooking unfolds before your eyes, stirring anticipation with every sizzle and aroma. Almandi's family room, tucked behind a pair of solid doors, transcends the conventional dining space. Initially a quiet haven, it gradually transforms into a lively chamber echoing with the laughter and chatter of families. In contrast, the main area is a mosaic of community life, with unaccompanied men, couples, and groups of women all finding their preferred nook within the restaurant's welcoming embrace.