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We had a great time and meal at Yassin’s last night. We like to try Greek restaurants as we travel, and we were not disappointed here. We had to order out because of Covid, but the staff made the time so enjoyable. We found a...More
I was expecting big things as the buzz about this Knoxville cafe has been loud. Disappointed is all I felt. Average food, average location, average ambience, average furnishings. Just plain average. I had a falafel which was more pickles than falafel a bit of wilted...More
I was super looking forward to Yassin's and left somewhat mixed and disappointed. However, I would be willing too try them again in the future.
My order the Gyro Platter with side order of falafel which was shockingly huge. For desert their Baklava which is...More
Food was amazing. This is mostly a take out venue with tables and chairs to eat with plastic plates and cutlery. . The food was really good. The menu is mostly humus, babaganoush and falafel. The falafel was probably the best I have ever had....More
This is a casual fast food place that makes the food when you order. The falafels were nice & crispy on the outside, and soft & moist on the inside! Perfect! So many falafels that I have had were dry on the inside and almost...More
The Falafel Salad is tasty (although, I order it without pickles) and fresh. I appreciate that you can get it spicy or not. The staff are super nice and it surely is the "friendliest place in America." Don't forget to get the baklava, too!
I had expected some exceptional food based on what I had heard about the restaurant. The spicy chicken pita sandwich I ordered had nicely cooked and seasoned chicken, along with some onions and long straight strips of an unidentifiable vegetable (zucchini?). Pita was warm and...More