In fact both of us wanted more. This is also a place I frequently visit when I come to Israel.
We learned that this little fast food goes back many years. It's named after the couple who opened the place and were very popular. The sold the place to the Current owner who kept the secret recipe and named it after the "old people" (haZkenim) fondly called by the customers.
The falafel is always good including the fresh pita. They fry it right in front of you. In fact, the moment you walk in you get one falafel ball dipped in techina, if this doesn't make you order, nothing will.
Not much place to sit, just a narrow counter but who cares, to this place you come for one of the best falafels in the world.
Closed on sundays.
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