They served us a lot their preparations, first being the Pita Chips and Dips which comprised of hardened(baked)- Chips like Pita with three dips - Hummus, Babaganouj and Muttabal. It was an amazing combo.
Then came the Falafel Plate - Falafel balls served with Pita hummus, crisp green salad and potato based Batata Harra. Make a falafel roll from the Falafel and Pita and mix dip in hummus and have it for a delectable dish.
The best dish of the experience was the Falafel Fatteh - It was so delicious and filling. A new concept for me, it had a bread base in hummus, mixed with Pitta chips, Chickpeas, Pita chip croutons and tahini dressing. So many ingredients, so much deliciousness to eat.
Falafel Pita Pocket - Pita bread acted like a pouch holding falafel, hummus, salad and the tahini. The fillings were so much that it was oozing out of the pita pocket. It tasted really amazing though.
They also served freshly squeezed juices, special shoutout to the freshly squeezed Egyptian orange juice with no added water or Sugar. It was in its pure form. Do try out their juices, I liked the orange and the grape one.
Last but not the least - their Baklava, not the best Baklava I have had, but a piece for 20 bucks does make it worth having, cheap and good in taste. It was a perfect way to end a filling wholesome meal.
All in all, it was a delightful visit to Habibi Falafel, they have sanitizers placed everywhere and adequate seating.
The staff are friendly And courteous and the services are usually fast. Do visit this place for an authentic middle eastern meal at good prices.