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Sep 19, 2007 01:52 PM

Falafel Palace In Northridge Rocks My Socks!

Thanks to the many helpful people on this board, I was able to find out about Falafel Palace in Northridge.

At first I admit it took me awhile to find it, since it's a tiny little place on a street corner. When I went in, I was pretty surprised to recieve a complimentary falafel while I decided what to get. The falafel itself was moist, crunchy, and coated with a nice little bit of tabouli. Naturally I selected a falafel, hummus, and tabouli sandwich(around $5.60) I believe.

While the price of the sandwich seemed a little steep to me at first, that changed the moment I got my sandwich. It was way bigger than the falafel sandwiches I normally get at Zankou, and far more delicious! It took me awhile to eat the entire thing, but when I was done, I was stuffed(yet happy!) :).

I'll definitely be going back to try more of their food, but it'll be hard to pick something, since everything on the menu looks good.

Does anyone else like this place, and if you do, can you recommend anything? Thanks!

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  1. Hi... I always order the lamb gyro combo (with a heap of fries on the side, that actually tastes of potato). Huge portion of meat in there. And all the yogurt sauce you want (in squeeze bottles). I also appreciate the complimentary pickles bar. The only drawback is that at night, they tend to play the television louder than Pete Townsend's guitar...

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