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Thread: New falafel /shawarma place in p.o.p

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    Default New falafel /shawarma place in p.o.p

    It's behind the stadium on hermanas mirabal, on the corner across from "portofino"
    where "la esquina de pacheko" was before.

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    Now that is something! How is it?

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    Shawarma's were my "go to meal" while I worked in Kuwait for the past 8 years. This will definitely be on the "after hours" late night snack spots if they stay open late.

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    didn't try it yet, it's on my ' TO DO" list...

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    has ANYBODY tried it yet?

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    I hope the place is going to do well, we need something different, not only the fried to death chicken, terrible burgers and hot dogs, i mean a lot of restaurants cant even make a decent pasta or some grilled meat or chicken, serve horrible salads and sandwiches. I think I should open a restaurant, but with the increasing prices...........dont think so.

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    I tried this place last Sat night and the food was great. The owner was there and made quite an effort to make me feel comfortable. It is a nice change from the regular menu offered in most places in POP. As a monthly traveler to POP this place is on my short list of places to eat from now on. The biggest problem that i can see for this place is trying to get the local crowd to try something new. They were open pretty late on Sat night but i'm not sure of the hours. And if you like spicy food you have to try the homemade hot sauce

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    I must give it a try, is it located in the shack right across from Portofino's on the same side street? and what are the price's like?

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    Thumbs up That's it !

    exactly the place... prices should be moderate, no ? we're talking about falafel here, not foi gras....

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    Is it Cafe Yasmin? If so, the falafel was great, totally authentic. A great relief from plantains and yuca for this vegetarian.

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