It seems that when friends Shuki Rosen Boim and Luisa Allen meet in a shared house in Melbourne, they are destined to practice Rafael together.
The former grew up eating Middle Eastern food in Israel, while the latter grew up at a grain and pulse Farm in Mallee.
They started preparing dips first (
Hummus, baba ganosh, harissa, etc. )
A few years ago, at the farmers market near Melbourne, a community kitchen called Shuki & Louisa was sold.
It didn't take off right away when they added falafel to their product, but when it took off, customers really liked it and it quickly became their best seller.
"What we are going to do is not just bargain.
"From there on, people started asking us where our falafel store is," Allen told SBS Food . ".
Since they already have a big following, it's not too scary to open a very good Falafel in Brunswick in 2016.
They know loyal customers will come.
Although you can still find their booth at the University of Melbourne farmers market, they have to stop going to other markets because the store is too busy.
Rosen boyem said: "When we first started I went to Israel and my mom showed me everything and I got the falafel gun!
"These little metal presses his mother sent from Israel were used to make falafel fresh all day.
The outside of Falafel is crisp, green and full of texture.
They advise you to eat in pita, but you can also eat on a plate with dipping sauce, pickles and salads.
There are four salads to choose from each day, changing with the season and the inspiration of the owner.
Now that we are in the winter, look forward to some comforting options such as Brussels sprouts with walnuts and tahini, and baked potatoes with green ras el hanout.
There is also an Iraqi Jewish eggplant on the menu.
Rosen boyem explained how he used to eat at home.
"You can't cook on the Sabbath, so we fry eggplant on Friday, Cook potatoes, or make potato fritters the next day.
You throw eggs inside too.
In the morning, the eggplant was fried, the potatoes were boiled, and there was no need to cook anything.
You just have to take a pita and make a pita yourself.
"While most dishes are vegan or vegan, there is a meat option, ktzitot, which is an Israeli meatballs, similar to lamb kofta.
You can also order hummus and baba gannosh on one side, and also ask for more Zhou Ge, a garlic chili sauce, every one Rosen Bohm used to be in Tel Aviv
Good news, you won't go bankrupt for eating in very good Falafel;
Prices range from $8.
The price of pita falafel for Kzitot board is $50 to $13.
But it's not just the price that makes people come.
"Everything is fresh and we like to do it.
"We love making food, so hopefully people will feel it when they come to the store and taste it," Allen said . ".