The falafel sandwich was freshly made by a father and daughter team by the looks of it. There was chopped iceberg lettuce. The pinkish tomatoes were diced and not ungenerous. Onions were medium diced and did not overwhelm the other flavors. There were no pickled somethings. The pita was fresh and large. The three falafel was golfball sized were very good quality and freshly fried. The texture was coarser than breadcrumb, almost to rough beachsand (and that is the way I like it). I was asked if I wanted hot sauce, which I opted for, but was not so hot nor spicy. Overall sandwich size was large as seen in photo above. In addition to hummus and tahini, there was some Havuc Kavurmasi, which apparently is cooked finely grated carrots mixed with garlic yogurt. Fair value for the money. It did have the best graphics on sandwich wrapping I've seen in a while.
I'd give it 3B/6.