Based on recommendations from this board, I tried this for lunch in lieu of Men Tei (which I didn't go to because the noodle soup selection didn't appeal to me, not because it looked particularly grimey). I really did not like the falafel. It clearly hadn't been made fresh. It wasn't crispy on the outside. The texture could only be described as mealy. The seasoning was kind of interesting, but not to my taste -- I think falafel should taste more savory, a bit earthy, almost nutty. This was too floral. Anyway, I was disappointed.