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When this restaurant first opened, it was FABULOUS, but took forever to get your order since everything was cooked from scratch when you ordered. Over the years, they begain catering more to the American taste and the authentic Egyptian flavors were fading. However, now it has a perfect mix of authentic recipes and flavors and those expected by the American clientel. Especially nice and inexpense lunch specials.


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This restaurant has 8 or so vegetarian entrees and 5 or so that are vegan. They also have several vegan appetizers/side dishes. Some delicious vegan items that I've ordered are: Tabouli, Hummous, Freekah Soup, Falafel, Vegetable Shwarma. Entrees can also be made into pita sandwiches as well. One caveat: the spiced rice (side dish) which I was told was vegan, has bits of pasta in it. It's unknown whether this pasta contains eggs or is enriched, so use your own judgment there, or simply substitute french fries as I do. One of the owners is always present, so getting answers to veg questions is easy. As well, on Friday nights there is a spunky waitress named Kelly that is on staff who has answered every veg question I have with knowledge and confidence. The waitstaff is polite and friendly, and I've never once gotten a hint of attitude even when grilling them about vegan ingredients/dishes. The decor at this restaurant is very modest but clean, and the pricing is very fair. My vegetarian husband and my vegan self eat full, generous meals for around $25 combined. While this restaurant is not romantic or first date -worthy, it's definitely good, fresh veg food at a very reasonable price.


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We ordered the falafel platter and the couscous platter. The falafel platter comes with rice and pita bread. Rice was bland; the falafels was rock hard and slightly burnt. As for the couscous, it was a huge plate of couscous came with a bowl of tomato sauce with so much onions in there. There were no other vegetables with these plates except for the salad to start. Very disappointed.
Food: 1/10
Atmosphere: 6/10
Service: 7/10
Value: 2/10


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One of my favorite restaurants in Fort Worth. Great filling and cheap food (if you bring a friend). Great variety and very friendly staff. Lunchtime is always packed but dinner is usually quiet. I highly recommend the eggplant falafel sandwich. It's actually 2 sandwiches for only $7! Sweet.


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The only thing I don't like about this restaurant is that they serve meat! Everything else, if you mind the ingredients, is lovely and wonderful! The falafel is to die for. Each big plate is about $6-$9, but is a lot of food. My husband and I both got to-go boxes and had it for lunch the next day.
The other cool thing is that it's right down the street from Spiral Diner!
Great food, and not a bad price. Bring the whole family.

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