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This is the closest I have come to the Falafel that I ate in Israel. It is a small vegetarian restaurant. The food is very good. I always get either the falafel pita or the platter. The staff is always friendly.
First time we enjoyed the excellent Shakshuka and lemonade. Came the day after and ordered the same but in a plate plus Falafel. Asked for an additional Pita breach. Were asked to pay almost $2 fo one pita! Moreover, the pita was microwave heated. So...we will look elsewhere...More
The best falafel sandwich I've ever had is actually in Paris in the Marais. I've tried other places and have been unsuccessful until I tried the one at Eggs and Plants. Not quite as good as Paris, but close. The gal taking my order was...friendly and efficient. My sandwich was made to order and yet I didn't have to wait very long. Super fresh ingredients. I especially loved the addition of the chopped pickles. This is a tiny place so go before 12:00 or after 1:00 to avoid standing in line, even for a to-go order. The seating is quite limited. You should definitely try this place if you want good Mediterranean food.More
It's a small casual dining spot right on 5th Ave near downtown Seattle, offering seating for about 10 people and a limited menu of trad dishes from Morocco, Turkey and Iraq. Ordering "platter" style will cover your table with an array of well prepared small...dishes.
After dinner, step next door to the Seattle Glassblowing Studio to browse pieces crafted by local artisans, and find your way to the back where you can watch glass artists at work in an active hot shop.More
Location is great to watch glass blowing. However, their attention must be food first. We did not have any , just drinks while waiting. Seemed like they were an after thought. My latte was okay. My kids smoothie; strawberry, banana, pineapple, on the menu, had...so much ice, it gave us both brain freeze, not much flavor. just pain.More
Date of visit: September 2017
Eggs_and_Plants, Owner at Eggs and Plants, responded to this reviewResponded September 27, 2017
shockleyone - Our apology. From your review it is clear we failed to deliver a great experience. To make things right, I would like to process a full refund for your purchase - Can you email us at email@example.com and provide some details so we...More