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JerkPork | Jul 7, 201808:43 PM     4

What a great find, don't need to trek out to Laval to Freiha and get dirty looks. Lol

Taste is even better than Freiha anyway. Located just by Cote de Liesse on 46th in an industrial area hence why they are only open for lunch.

Menu is somewhat limited (a good thing),.falafel and shawarma are the main attractions. Falafel is fried on the spot, sandwiches go for $5.50, more expensive than Freiha but they use those nice thick Pita Royale pitas, stuffed with a few different veggies of your choice plus hummus and tahini sauce. Great tasting, everything is excellent can't wait to try their shawarma. Falafels are prepared Israeli style mix of chick peas/fava, staff are super friendly and patient. The guy at the cash told me they've been open for over a year, better late than never.

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