The place is simple but the food is marvelous the service is very friendly and you can tast a lot of different local food
The food (fallafel sandwich with homous and veg) was great with a nice staff and authentic style. I recommand it, it was very cool
Honestly the best falafel place in Israel. The owners are extremely nice - always (never mind how busy the place is) will greet you with a hot falafel ball dipped in their heavenly tahini. The service is extremely fast (truly fast food!), and always with a smile - every time I enjoy coming there. As I can't get to the... More
IMO, this is the single best falafel in Israel. It's nothing fancy. If you want fancy, you'll have to sacrifice on quality. Having eaten here for 12 years, and after hundreds of visits, I can say that I have never had a negative experience with hazkenim. They are genuinely welcoming, friendly people, they don't change the food according to the... More
Falafel Hazkenim is one of the best falafel in Haifa! The place is wonderful and the crew is very affable.
Same Falafel for many good years. You will always be treated as an honored guest & the first Falafel ball will be served immediately.
First, it should be said that we are talking falafel here. The 5-star rating is not a comparison with a five-star restaurant. It simply represents what, to my taste, is a candidate for the Platonic falafel. And, that starts with the falafel itself. It is a light yet chewy, densely spiced fried ball (to see the staff scoop and drop... More
Falafel Ha'zkenim (The Elders) is famiy owned and carries a long tradition (and a secret recipe) of falafel making. The owners welcome you with a sample falafel and tehina and a welcoming smile. The falafel is excellent, always crisp and fresh and you can even get it in a tasty whole-wheat pitta. The place is small but there are stools... More
Came to that place on basis of reviews from tripadviser and cannot agree with most of them. Place is poor to average. Falafel is good, but not best i eaten and does not have any special taste. Poor choice of sides being put in pita, they even don't have hummus. Place is clean, but looks cheap, like regular falafel place... More
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