The best thing about this place is that it is cheap. They make their own pita, but it's not any pita I recognize - it's more of a bread, but it's fresh-made. There is no tahini on the falafel so it was sort of dry. I would rather pay more and get the tahini personally, but for a bargain place to eat, this is quite acceptable. I found the service to be impersonal at best.
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