It was our first time visiting the restaurant. We expected to dine there, but as soon as you walk in, the smell of cooking oil was too much to bear. We decided on an order to go instead. We saw the 'favorites' part of the menu and ordered the chicken kabob with hummus and falafel platter. The food was made quickly for carry out, which was nice. When we go home, we realized that the pita given to us for the two orders had no pockets, and they were cut into 4 pieces. I have to agree with Jubes M. that the falafel should be top notch if this place is called 'Falafel Restaurant'. Unfortunately, our falafel was very dry, not very savory and likened to a hockey puck. We got 3 pieces of falafel. I'm kinda glad that we came home because I did have tortillas and made a burrito out of the ingredients in the take home box. The chicken kabob was flimsy and contained 5 tiny pieces over mounds of shredded iceberg lettuce and large tomato slices. The chicken was not bad, but they definitely should have given more for the price. To the restaurants defense, the hummus was very good, as well as the tabbouleh. We paid about 21 bucks for this takeout meals; which is very expensive for for the amount of food that you get. Mind you, my wife and I both eat very little, and after eating what we could, we were still hungry afterwards. We will not go back.
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