My brother in law suggested that we try this place, because he had lunch there and found the food to be exceptional. He had the falafel and told me that it was the best falafel he ever had.
The restaurant does not have much of an ambiance, but the quality of the food and the friendliness of the staff more than make up for it.
I had hummus with mushrooms, an Israeli salad and a falafel plate with 3 small dishes of dipping sauces and a fresh off the griddle Laffa bread, somewhat similar to Indian Naan. My brother in law had the same thing, but in addition he ordered Kubbah which was also out of this world. All the dishes were freshly made and very flavorful. Obviously the cook did not skimp on spices and herbs.
Our waitress was a sweetheart, very friendly and attentive to our needs, and the owner came by our table several time to ensure that everything was perfect. We were offered additional Laffa bread, and additional dipping sauces. We finished the meal with Turkish coffee which was perfectly brewed.
When we got our bill, we were pleasantly surprised because our meal was very reasonable. I highly recommend this restaurant.
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