I've been meaning to post this for a while, but I'm pretty lazy.
A few weeks ago, my boyfriend and I were craving Shawarmas. We were lucky to find Shawarma Prince not to far away from where we live.
It is sad that they do not have delivery because we would most likely order from here at least once a week if they did.
I got a Vegan Shawarma and my boyfriend got the Chicken one.
Typically Felafel in a sandwich makes me feel ill, I do not know if it is just to much for my stomach to handle, but I digress, the sandwich was perfect and I did not get that "gross" feeling I do from most places.
My boyfriend had ordered garlic potatoes and I ordered rice as a side, before he put the garlic sauce on my boyfriends potatoes, I snagged one just to try them when the guy serving us saw this he asked if I would like a few potatoes added to my rice for free, I said yes thinking that I would have one or two to snack on when I got home I saw he had given me about half an order of them!
This was a small gesture that will keep us coming back... not to mention the food is amazing and the price is solid.
The guy who served us was all smiles and was patient with me as I asked him questions about what went into the food and how it was prepared, being Vegan I am not use to people being so patient with me as I make sure no animal products are used in what I will be eating.
We will defiantly be back for the service alone, the food being as good as it is... that is just the icing on the cake.
If I could give this place zero stars, I would, but unfortunately, I am forced to give it the obligatory one star. The fiance and I went here for casual dining, hoping for good Mediterranean food, but were sorely disappointed. There was nothing redeeming about the place. The decor was mediocre at best. The service was nothing special. And worst of all, the food was terrible.
We each got a shwarma plate,the chicken was dry and too salty. There was really no chicken, just some jerky-like substance that resembled the crusty, dried carcass of some animal. The texture was definitely unlike anything I've ever had before.
The rice had an odd flavor-- it tasted greasy and like sesame oil. The "salad" was made of produce that looked like it had been sitting out for a week, and the tomatoes were mealy. The pita was straight out of a package and dry.
After eating here, we went to in-n-out to have a milkshake to cleanse our palettes of the gross meal we just had.