From Our Editors
Falafil Hut's kitchen composes a mellifluous menu of 100% Zabiha halal Middle Eastern dishes. Platters, which include rice, a choice of one side, and pita bread, showcase culinary headliners such as chicken kabob ($7.74) and lamb shawarma ($8.80). Gyros ($7.65) and falafil platters ($7.25) trounce ravenous hankerings, leaving them as defeated as political parties that run on anti-puppy platforms. The culinary wizards at Falafil Hut can shrink any platter to sandwich size ($5.20–$7.15) or transform it into a low-carb bowl accompanied by hummus and veggies ($5.20–$7.15). Sweet epilogues of nutty baklava ($1.50 for a small / $3 for a large) conclude meals and most dessert-based fairytales.