I have had falafel wraps for lunch several times here. Very affordable and fast, but I find it is just way too salty (falafel balls), and it overpowers the flavours of other ingredients. Conveniently located in the Annex area.
I eat here regularly as it's fast, cheap and they have a great chicken shawarma. The menu is very limited and the shop itself is a bit of a dive but if you're in the area, want a quick bite that is affordable and tastes great, it's a solid option.
Pita Q offer Shawarma, falafel and other plates with abundant salad in the traditional Mediterranean pita. The staff is friendly and open late. Falafel is made of chick peas and the shawarma is made of Lamb, chicken and beef.
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