My dad fondly remembers falafel from his trip to Israel many years ago and my parents and I decided to try this place during their recent visit to the area. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but everything was quite good. My mom loved the lamb gyros - they use real roast lamb, not the spiced meat you sometimes find in gyros - and the salad. My dad and I both enjoyed the falafel, which was nicely cooked. The staff was knew what was in their food and was able to modify their falafel to a vegan version (take off the tzatziki and add tahini). The veganized falafel would have been even better with hummus (or a tahini sauce, which wasn't on their menu), but it was pretty good as it was. Service was fast and friendly. This restaurant is a classic example of a hole-in-the-wall restaurant that serves good food and has good service.
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