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Posted by Nikki on 2013-03-06
I crave the shawarma laffa from here and it's never greasy (way too much oil/fat) like other shawarma places I've been to. Some of my friends keep kosher and they were so excited about the prices here apparently getting a good kosher meat meal for less t
Posted by Lisa on 2013-03-05
I just had a falafel at at this place, actually I was surprised, i like it very much, it was very good! definitely will go back there again for felafel.
Posted by Food Dude on 2012-01-06
The service is poor here. They are slow and mumble and ignore you. The falafel is not good and over priced. How this place stays open is a mystery to me.
Posted by anonymous on 2011-01-13
Schwarma is dry, overcooked and served in grainy lafas. Falafel is pretty good, but is way too expensive. Any complaints about the food (such as unwanted additions of nuclear spicy stuff) are met with blatant hostility and offers to sell you small bottles
Posted by Kay on 2010-09-28
I ordered takeout for a party. Paid for the order and arranged a time to pick it up. Came at the appointed hour and Ali Baba was closed and wouldn't open again for several days. Fortunately I had a back up plan with another vendor. I will never order
Posted by anon on 2010-05-28
loved the falafel sandwich, but it was a little pricey for $7.50. The salad bar is a plus though and a small container is included in the price of the sandwich. Very small place with just 2 tables.
Posted by Nathan on 2010-04-30
I have been at the restaurant before.
The food was better in person when you could return it if it was not good.
I would recommend it for good shawarma. Overpriced for fAlafael.
The owner is a very nice and charming man. The space is tight but can