We tried this small place as we had just eaten this fare in Costa Rica. It was marginal and the service was not great. The food was not hot and our three meals were overcooked and dry.
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Very surprised to find such a place. Really enjoyed the food - Ate here with the family on a Saturday afternoon. Pleasant, quiet, charming lunch. We live in Tbilisi, GE (between Turkey and Russia), and this was a great change from the typical American fare....More
My wife and I tried Falafels for lunch on a Saturday. We were seated right away and our server was great throughout the visit. We tried their homemade hummus and pita bread. The bread was fresh, hot, with grill marks on it and was delicious....More
Falafels is never missed when we come to town! The flavours and spices are rich and fantastic! Everything is fresh and you just can't help yourself. They also have wonderful locally made gelato for dessert that is irresistible. Don't miss this one!
Ordered a chicken shawarma pita and lentil soup for lunch. Received free French fries and was told it was because it was Monday. Service was satisfactory. The lentil soup was awful----tasteless, very few lentils and was overpriced at $4 for a small amount. The shawarma...More