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Mahalabeya | Dec 21, 200810:43 AM     8

If you enjoy Middle Eastern cuisine, you should check out the new place that opened. It's right on Wolcott Street at the corner of Lakewood.

They took over a small place that used to be a sub shop so it is small and not fancy but the food is excellent. Everything is always fresh and, I believe, made on the premises. I sampled the stuffed grape leaves, falafel and kafta. They had made a spinach dish similar to spanakopita that day - it's not listed on their menu - so I had to have a piece of that as well. All were superb and I left there stuffed - had to wrap up the kafta and baklava to take home! I will be going back again soon to try the other items on the menu that I didn't get to this time around. They have a small website up. It's new so I think they are still working on it. www.quickfalafel.com but it has what you need to know - the menu, the address and their hours.

If anyone has been there or goes, I'd love to hear about your experience.

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