When hunger strikes and you are on Melrose, there is now a great glatt kosher place to go to. The owner, Yoel, is a very sweet Jew, who is always in a good mood. Asked him, what happened? How did you expanded the place so nicely? He replies “it’s only to make another Jew feel happy”. The place have an Israeli touch to it. The Shawarma Lafa was pretty good, and made a great lunch. It tasted like the name of the place “Ta-eem” (Tasty).
For sure going back there.
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