Grill point is #1. you get exactly what you ask for right away even thought they're so busy. the food is amazing and the workers are friendly and considerate. when i go there i feel like im eating with my family in my own house thats how warm they are over there. in my opinion evenings are the best . check it out! you'll love it.
Well that was the line that caught my attention, since I heard it once from a friend and overheard it once from a guy on the bus. Now I've never been to Israel, but the food at this place is AMAZING! Everything is really clean, and well prepared. I'm half Greek and it was just as good as the best Greek food I've gotten (cuisines are basically the same except the names). The staff is nice, and the atmosphere is great. I'd definitely go out of my way to eat here again (though I live in walking distance), as should you. Okay to wrap up my long review, which is a result of boredom and enthusiasm, you should eat here!
We nixed a few other places on the main strip in favor of this reataurant with it's hip Israeli feel, low prices and great menu with several lamb dishes listed. We arrived with kids in tow, waited a while for a table (there's seating for about 30) and got a chance to see the different menu options being assembled in the front kitchen area. Lamb & turkey shwarma, kibbe, shish kebab (lamb & chicken) looked great, especially when they were served on lafa, a large pocket-less pita. The salad bar offered several marinated salads and preserved lemons- and was kept nice & clean by an attentive counter guy.
Once we were seated, we got a toasty lafa and a few small dishes of marinated vegetables delivered to our table. (Note: the washing station was clean, and there was actually a small line to use it.). We ordered a lamb shish kebab plate and several sandwiches; my son was thrilled with his kids' plate of chicken shish kebab and fries and my daughter, a vegetarian, ordered falafel and fries. The falafel was crisp on the outside, herby-green and fluffy on the inside and came with a bowl of tehina for dipping. It was heaven.
The plate and sandwiches were more food than we could eat, but we happily gorged ourselves on some amzing stuff.
There's no dessert menu, the atmosphere pleasantly decorated, though loud and a bit cramped and the waitresses, although rushed, were friendly and competent. And we were seated near a bunch of IDF special forces-looking guys who have no doubt inspired my daughters to make aliyah. What more could you ask? Definitely going back.
Grill Point may be new, but it gets things right. Their schwarma is far and above the best in Queens, though the salad bar is a bit bare. Prices are a dollar or two higher than normal, but the location is much better than other schwarma places. Accepts credit cards, like all good eateries.
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