I have enjoyed eating here for years. Admittedly, I like the place. The falafel is crisp on the outside, soft on the inside - perfectly seasoned. My daughter loves the chicken pita wrap, my son loves the mjadra. ""Welcome to Yossi's"" is the refrain you hear when you first walk into the restaurant. And they certainly try making you feel welcome. It very much feels like a mom and pop shop - especially since Yossi is generally cooking your food and his wife is often there serving. They are conspicuous about maintaining high cleanliness standards (always a plus). That said, they are a bit pricey for what you receive. I, for one, am willing to pay a bit more to ensure quality ingredients and cleanliness. Give it a try!
Pros: Tasty, friendly, clean, lots of atmosphere
Cons: a bit pricey