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Review: Though the place is very grungy, the falafels were great. After having been in SE Asia for 10 months on a diet of Chinese-Indian-weird-Chinese-Indian-weird (where weird is someone trying to make falafels that are like burnt toast balls) this was a real treat. Tahini sauce is a bit lacking but if you haven't had a falafel for a while you won't notice it. They are even better than the so-called falafel place called 'f for falafel'. Staff was very nice. Nextdoor to Somaadevi Angkor hotel, down the street from Lucky market. Owner is Israeli so these aren't Chinese chefs trying to make falafels.