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Posted by anonymous on 07/09/2009
The shawarma pita wrap was soggy, dripping with an inordinate amount of sauce. It also seemed as if the chicken was more bones than meat. Who puts bones in a pita wrap only for customers to gag on? My friend had a meat and rice platter. Same complaint with the meat. In addition, her rice was more of a rice pudding. I didn't know it was possible to ruin such seemingly simple food in such a profound way.
Posted by hungry and happy on 07/02/2009
always friendly when i call for delivery. food is always amazing. the prices are ridiculously cheap. i love amirs!
Posted by anonymous on 04/25/2009
I ordered a rice and meat platter with lentil soup. The rice was mushy, the chicken was full of bones with very little meat, and I might as well have ordered water instead of the soup for the lack of flavor.
Posted by student on 01/20/2009
I ordered a "beef wrap". They delivered a "chicken pita". When i called to point out this difference, it turns out the order taker had reported it as a "chicken pita"... it wasn't that they had given me the wrong order but had completely messed up my order. I got a lot of attitude about how i only paid for a chicken sandwich. They basically expected me to just be happy with that, and seemed very put out when i asked for them to deliver the beef wrap. From the couple of bites of the chicken pita, it tasted good, however, i don't understand the attitude. They are charging me the extra dollar for the difference, which is fine, except unnecessary (I understand i should pay for what i order, but it seems like a bad trade-off for good will for the dollar). I doubt i'd go back to them, as this was my first experience.
Posted by minia on 01/17/2009
Please please please do not waste your money on this food! Falafel is salty and I bet they used flour instead of enough green peas. Wanted something close to me, and now here, I am with money wasted, that I'll never have back!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/13/2007
Just a very good no-frills neighborhood place for all your falafel/mujaddara/baba ganush/etc needs.
Posted by Just Moved From So Cal. on 08/05/2007
We took Old School's advice below and ordered the schwarma all mixed up in a pita. We had our food delivered, and it arrived warm and good tasting. I'm not a specialist when it comes to Middle Eastern food, but I would order again and encourage others who aren't familiar with this food type to give it a go at Amir's. Nothing to complain about, and thanks other Menu Pages contributors for the tips.