The restaurant officially opens on the 1st of Jan 2013 according to the note on the door. We stood outside and looked at the menu when we were invited in by a young Turkish guy, he was very proud of his new restaurant venture and explained that they were still waiting for stock on a few items so could only offer us falafel or beef donners. We decided to stay and try the falafel, the guy said it would be 5 minutes as he makes it fresh. It was well worth the wait and one of the best falafels I've had. The fillings were freshly cut, sauces home-made and falafels hot out of the fryer. The whole wrap was huge and I struggled to finish it. All this fro 3 Euro makes it a bargain in Ljubljana which can be pricey for food. A good budget option for anyone passing by the area and minutes away from the centre.