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Posted by anoyomous on 10/22/2014
Ordered from Heights Falafel the food came cold. what was delivered was not exactly what we ordered. tried calling back to hear a recording that the line was occupied leave a message. never again
Posted by Rydell on 05/16/2014
Food is good, It's a little hole in the wall place. Good selection of plates, Good size portions. 4 or 5 tables, usually a short line 5 -10 min wait. The service is standard - New York in a hurry, rush attitude. If I want something I just speak up and the guy makes it. It doesn't look super clean, but if it was gross I'd eat somewhere else. The food seams very healthy, lots of vegetables, looks fresh too. not greasy. If your expecting fancy or to be catered to go some place else. It's more of an in & out setup.
Posted by Peter Knight on 07/23/2013
I am in town and took a nice walk this afternoon. It was getting close to dinner time and I spotted this place. I thought the food was great, the service was even better. I wish this place was closer to my house as I would come back. PS: The Turkish coffee was excellent!
Posted by JAY on 07/16/2013
I tried to order from the place and in the middle of ordering the man said "hurry up miss I'm very busy call back" and he hung up the phone. I think that was really RUDE of him. Will never order from this place again!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2012
Heights Falafel is a great place to get food in brooklyn heights. Their food is flavorful and tastey and their prices are cheap. They are polite and I have not been disappointed yet with the food that I have ordered. Recommend trying it out. Whenever I am in the area it is my go-to place!
Posted by Owenbc on 12/28/2011
Heights falafel, aka falafely joes, is awesome. Best falafel anywhere I have ever dined. Can't beat the value either. I love falafely joes.
Posted by Matt on 11/07/2011
I don't know what the other reviewers are smoking, but I don't understand the uniformly positive reviews of this place. Yes, it's cheap. And yes they're generally friendly. As far as positives, that's about it. Now on to the areas that need improvement. The pita they serve is embarassing and borderline shameful. Considering Brooklyn Heights's southern limit is Atlantic Avenue, a street known for its Middle Eastern fare, it's puzzling as to why Heights Falafel uses pita bread worse than what you'd find in a grocery store in middle America. It's that flavorless, round kind that nearly always tastes stale. The least they could do is throw it on the grill for a second before filling it, but alas that's too much to ask. Beyond the pita, the rest of the food, like the neighborhood, is bland bland bland. If you're really hungry and just need to fill up cheaply it will do the trick, but otherwise I'd avoid it. Walk an extra block or two and you'll find far superior falafel/Middle Eastern fare.