If you love falafel, this is your place. I try to make it here at least once every other month. Small hole in the wall, but that's OK by me.
Went past earlier this week (11/19/13) and it's gone - to be replaced soon by 'Campus Grill' - will be sadly missed - don't know when it closed but within last month
Their Gyros and souvlaki are very much like we had in Greece. They are very small though and have only a bar where you can eat so we always take lunch home. They are only open for lunch. We wish they would expand and open a larger restaurant.
So, you need a Falafel while you wait for something, anything really. You stumble into Happy, it's not too big, so you might stumble. Anyhow, back to Falafals. The lamb is a must do, very tender, good portion in your wrap and ask for extra sauce, you can never have enough of that yogurt/dill deliciousness. Thumbs up.
The place sold several years ago and, for the most part, it is still wonderful. The Greek fries are decadent and the various sandwich-type foods tasty, but they seem to be inconsistent on the temperature of the grease for frying so at times my falafel balls have been a bit greasy. However, it is still a place I love for... More
Just simply love the food. Especially the chicken falafel!
I love Happy Falafel and I have yet to be dissapointed. They have great food, great services and great prices. I highly recomend it to all who want something a little different for lunch. Its all made fresh and fast and you can eat in or carry out. Great for lunch with friends, for a casual date or a quick... More
Just had lunch there today. It was decent. I had the chicken souvalki which was a pita stuffed with grilled chicken, tzatziki and tomatoes. My husband had the falafel sandwich which was not that good. It tasted bitter (possibly from bad oil?) and so much sauce on it that the pita bread it was in fell apart completely. This place... More
Hole-in-the-wall place with a few stools, a counter, and a busy staff, turning out tasty falafel, gyros, and other middle-eastern goodies. The shrimp-pesto pita is amazing, and the fries topped with feta-garlic are addictive. There's also chocolate-covered baklava. Everything tasted fresh and was prepared quickly. I've been there several times.
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