Written by Ellen F. on
3 other reviews |
I ordered the Moroccan vegetable tagine and it was too bland & salty for me, but I'll give this place another shot soon since it has such great reviews. I had the Pomegranate Tabouli to start and loved it!
Written by Nuri K. on
8 other reviews |
The meat they use is always tasty and lean, nothing like most Chinese restaurants.
The kofta is amazing, it's the best Ive eaten anywhere in the USA, and there is always ample meat, I wonder how they can keep the prices so low.
The burgers, owing to the meat they use, are never subpar, but not always cooked to your liking (you may get an overcooked medium), but if they're on a good day, it's better than most manhattan diners (priced several times as high) so for the price, i'd say burgers are great.
Babaghanoush, the only time I tried, didn't have the correct taste/constitution/freshness.
Other vegetable options, foul, falafel etc. were all good, the deserts, esp. basbosa are also done well.
They're 1,5 miles away from me and still deliver in less than an hour every time, and never mess my order.
Written by Jillian S. on
5 other reviews |
After reading these reviews I was skeptical, so I called and made sure they were delivering. They said yes, and it would be about half an hour, so I ordered online. The food arrived just when it was expected and was pretty good. The only minor error was that I asked for hummus on the side and it was mixed in the salad. Not a deal breaker, I'd give it another shot for a cheap but pretty healthy meal.
Written by Jacob S. on
I am surprised at how great the shwarma is, they really know their sandwiches. The falafel is just regular, really nothing bad and great in a pita but plain is nothing to write home about. Hummus is good if you like a nutty hummus, which I do, so it was great. Try the desserts!
Written by Pete P. on
4 other reviews |
Excellent food and great customer service. Their Falafel sandwich was so delicious I was I ordered more. Can't get enough of their fried Cauliflower. If you're not sure what to try get the platter. I recommend either the chicken or lamb Shawerma or vegetarian platter tabouleh, okra and the babaganoush are my favorite but its too heavy to have all 3 at the same time. I would mix 2 of these and the fried cauliflower or fries.