Two East Bay restaurants run by the same Israeli family mean double the chances of falafel overdose.. In Short The decor is down-to-earth and the service unceremonious, but for some loyal customers, eating at the Holy Land is a religious experience. Falafel and shewarma connoisseurs debate whether the sandwiches are as good or better than the ones in Israel. Regulars are easy to spot: They're the oes deftly navigating torn pita pockets and tempering bites of Middle Eastern spice with tall glasses of frothy mint lemonade.
Best Kosher Food in the Bay Area!!!.
I recently returned from Israel and can honestly say that Holy Land serves food comperable, if not superior to authentic Israeli restauraunts. The falafel and shawerma are both amazing. Plus, the service is fast and friendly!