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Posted by Maurice on 03/19/2011
Ok so this place has its good days and bad days. But overall it's really good authentic food. The fries are just like in Israel and the kebobs are very good. They make their own laafa but it's not the same since it's mexicans doing it. Hey don't get me wrong they hook it up for me big time whenever I want and it's prepared the way I like it with fries inside my sandwich.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2010
Good food, me and my girlfriend had 1 meal each and two appetizers the bill was $140 with tip for a simple gyro and 2 appetizers. But hey she liked it
Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2010
Food quality, excellent. Hummus, Babaganosh, tabbouleh. french fries and Shawarma, All fresh. (Grade A) Atmosphere excellent. Modern clean with a brick pita/la fa oven. Unique . Never saw an oven like that in a Israeli restaurant before. A salad bar with all the middle eastern/ Israeli condiments. Kosher. (Grade A) Value: price $19 for Shawarma in la fa bread. A little high price. (Grade C) Service, slow over half hour to eat. Restaurant was very busy. Waitress was cheeky. (Grade C) Overall quite good. Love the neighborhood. Sincerely The Shawarma Maven J. L.