Set back off the main road in what resembles a used-car lot, first-timers here may not be entirely sure they’re in the right place until they reach the front door. However, the inside of this Azerbaijani restaurant is homey. Built out of heavy wood beams, the wide room is set with sturdy picnic tables designed for crowds. And that is exactly what you’ll need to take in the full breadth of the menu, which boasts tender, smoky skewers served with fluffy rice; comforting bowls of borscht thickened with yogurt; and fried “ravioli” stuffed with lamb. Looking for veggies? Try the smoked eggplant salad chock full of peppers.Servers are matter-of-fact, especially if they think you’ve ordered too much food. But no matter, as it makes for lovely leftovers.