I like going to Jaffa for the Falafal plate which is a plate lunch with a warm soft pita, some falafal balls, hummus, etc. I put it all together and make my own sandwich out of it. They always give you a cold pickeled pepper on the plate (pepperconchinis). You can also order falafal as just the pita sandwich which comes wrapped up in foil & is more portable. I have eaten it in my car that way. I love the get the container of grape leaves wrapped over rice, they are cold & so yummy! On weekdays it gets really busy after about 11:30 with the lunch crowd and it can get slow, so get there by 11:15 at the latest, or after 1:30 to 2 pm. There is minimal parking. It is also best to get there early to get a spot, otherwise you will end up parking around the corner on the street and walking. On some days they make rice (they should do it every day) & they will put a little sign on the counter saying rice today. Then if you order a plate you can have rice on it too for the same price. They grill chicken on those vertical roasters in the restaurant -- called chicken schwarma. They also serve lamb. I always eat vegetarian there. It is very good, and prices are reasonable. I think about 50% of their business is to go, and the other is eaten at the restaurant. There are a good amount of tables inside. Casual.
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