Our favorite falafel place closed and being desperate to find a replacement we tried this place on a cold Saturday afternoon. We walked in and were the only customers in the entire place. We noticed that it was very cold inside as if there was no heat. After a very nice gentleman took our order we felt the temperature rise...so they obviously were just trying to save energy while no customers were inside - perfectly understandable.
The food was good, probably not my favorite, but still very acceptable. If you need a falafel then I can definitely recommend this place to you.
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