Falafel Cafe is one of B’s go to spots when she wants something cheap and easy. It’s located next to the always busy, popular House of Dosa.
The inside is quaint but has a hole in the wall vibe going on. Only one worker, the owner, seems to do it all here.
It takes about 10-15 minutes for food to come out. They take credit card but you have to pay $0.50 extra. At least you’re pre-warned about that.
The menu is short and sweet; 5 platter and 4 wrap options. Easy peasy.
I’m impressed that his prices hasn’t changed in years.
We dropped in on a Wednesday evening (around 6:45pm).
It did come with a couple pieces of slightly warmed pita bread.
The hummus and salad are standard fare but let’s talk about the falafel.
Really impressed with them; you get four falafels and the inside chickpea batter is green! Tasty and appeasing to the eye.
We dropped in on a Friday evening (around 8:15pm) and it was dead.
Quite certain we were given the dry, end bits of the spit.
Decent eats at FC. Make sure to get the hot sauce