There are 4 very large, wonderfully prepared falafel balls in each sandwich and a fabulous fixings bar to load up on. The onion relish, humus, and sauces were great. You can even go back to get a little more of this and that when your supply gets low. The pita bread wasn't as good or as fresh as I'd like, which is very odd for a sandwich shop. It fell apart at first bite, and did not have the soft, chewy consistency of other pita breads I have enjoyed. The French fries were the crisp, double fried Belgium style, and although ketchup was available, they also had Dutch mayo to make it authentic. All in all, it was a very good lunch at a reasonable price.
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