Portland >Bon Appetit
Good prices, Friendly Family Owned, Tasty Treats. I really enjoy this place. It is right on the bus mall - not sure if that will be the case when the bus mall moves. Regardless, tasty food - my favs are the falafel sandwich/wrap, baklava desert is homemade by the owners grandma and it shows - fresh and rich. Plus, the prices are right, its quick stop in and go kinda place. It isn't pretty or alluring but it does the job - filling the belly with tasty food - well.
Great Food!. I also stumbled across this place about a year ago. I had the Chicken Gyros and OMG...the best Gyro I have ever had, soo good. The Falafel sandwich is also very good. I highly recommend this place if your looking for a new lunch spot. The Gyro was only $4.95 and it more than satisfied my hunger. Just walking into the shop and smelling all the food cooking makes my mouth water. Eat here, you will not regret it!!
The best falafal sandwich I have ever had!!. I acutally stumbled upon this sandwich shop on accident. A friend and I were attendig the Italian Fest in Pioneer Square and we wanted to get away from the crowd. We ended up just seating ourselves on one of their outdoor tables. One of the people working, instead of kicking us out of the seats (since we were not customers) brought out a sample of something with chicken for both of us. I had to decline since I am a vegetarian, but he then brought out a sample of falafal for me. It was delicious! I then returned to the restraunt to actually order a falafal sandwich and it was THE BEST!! I personally like a little more tahini, but it was still perfect; even without it. The service was great, it has a sandwich shop atmosphere, and the food is excellent.
Editorial Review. Gourmet sandwich shop borrows flavors from around the world; meat-filled Argentinean empanadas, Greek gyros and various other Mediterranean treats.
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