Four of us stopped here for a quick bite to eat. We asked for a menu and they said they didn't have one, just pointed to the overhead display and said they had the traditional dishes of falafel, shawarma, etc. We ordered 3 portions of falafel and one of shawarma, 4 glasses of juice and a coffee each. The bill came to 500 shekels, which is outrageous. The food was average and in no way did it justify the price. We kicked a fuss and asked for a VAT receipt and asked to see the owner or manger who was sitting inside and refused to come out. After an argument they reduced the bill to 385 shekels, which was still way overpriced and they became quite aggressive. Avoid.
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