I found this place, quite by accident, while looking for a quick lunch stop! I saw the sign for Falafel, and thought I would try it. I was NOT disappointed! This place is Kosher, and it is authentic. The place is informal - you order at the counter and they prepare your food. The seating is limited but I haven't had a problem finding a seat. The food was fresh - and it is very good hummos (like my Grandma made!) - the bread is fresh and warm, the falafel is the best I have had! Light and fluffy and cooked through. I brought my daughter there also, who had just returned from Israel! This is the real thing! I recommend the salad, falafel, and hummos! The kabob was great also. Service was good and was very friendly!