we've been eating there for nearly 40 years & the food (shawarma & felafel) has always been the best we've had
The salads are very good. The only issue is that there is no place to seat, You may find some seats in the pedestrian street of Be Yehuda in jerusalem.
I think we tried shawarma at a dozen places at least, and this was the best. From the quality of the meat to the range and freshness of the toppings, this is the place to go. As a tip, get it in a laffa instead of a pita if you want it to be less of a mess.
The title says it all. Fun little spot, with fun attitude. Had take away. Everything was delicious. It also has an outdoor seating area right on Ben Yahuda.
Both the receptionist and concierge at my hotel recommended Moshiko for Falafels, and I am so pleased that they did so. This is not a sit-down restaurant, rather it resembles more of a fast food type of establishment; however the food is very fresh and absolutely delicious. The previous month I ate a Falafel in Chicago, which was very good,... More
If you want wonderful falaffel and shawarma this is the place. Nothing fancy, not the cleanest tables but great food. Wonderful sauces and the salad is delicious!
im talking about the branch in Ben yehuda st , as far as i remember it is the first branch they founded and become a nation wide net felafel shops. the Pitas and the recomended big bread called LAFA is so good so any of their offers i'll ordered there was good . i remind you the calory issue ,... More
Been living in Israel since 1980 and since they opened in the mud 80's it has consistently remained the best tasting shwarma in town. They have opened other branches as well. Never been disappointed.
We shopped in Ben Yehuda nd got very hungry. I remembered my daughter had recommended this place. It was delicious, the staff very friendly, fast in preparing and looked clean. But I must say I have tried better ones.
This shop was strongly recommended by the person working at the front desk of our hotel. It is clean, quick, cheap, and delicious. Choose falafel, shawarma, or hummus on pita or lafah bread, then choose from a good variety of toppings/garnishes/sauces. If you want a larger portion size, go with the lafah bread; it is bigger and they really pack... More
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