Your first confusion will be between the neon signs/falafel stand look, juxtaposed with the casual-fine dining setting inside, although the bathrooms are outside. What kind of place is this?
You will look at the menu, and you will think it's starting to make sense. The prices are a little high ($8 for a falafel sandwich, $12 for a vegetarian combo plate). Surely this is the kind of place that has really good-tasting food with a hole-in-the-wall feel.
But nope! The waitress brings out some lavash bread that's been sitting out for awhile, with a plate of two frozen butter patties, half a raw onion, and a sprig of parsley. As the people a table over said, "What are you supposed to do with this?" As our waitress replied, "You wrap up the lavash with the butter and the raw onion... Some people are put off by the raw onion." Then why are you still serving it? (further confusion).
Being vegetarians, we ordered the Caspian combo (which comes with the eggplant souffle, two yogurts, and a salad... supposedly) and the falafel plate (which comes with falafel, hummus, and a salad). So imagine our further confusion when our entrees came out and the eggplant souffle was the tiniest slice (literally four bites worth), and our 'salads' were literally piles of shredded iceberg lettuce, each with a single slice of tomato and a single slice of cucumber. The falafel plate had four falafel and a tinyyyy skim of hummus.
I think the eggplant tasted good, but it's hard to remember. The falafel was weirdly dense and bland, a bit soggy; the hummus actually tasted bad. We put their 'hot sauce' on everything because what else could we do? My fiance ended up eating pita and butter for dinner.
I just had a plate of yogurt and iceberg lettuce for dinner.
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