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There's a felafel place on Agrippas Street in Machane Yehuda, Jerusalem that touts itself as #1. I've eaten theirs a couple of times of late and I do agree that they make a very good felafel.
They provide lots of "trimmings," extras, which I don't take. There are chips aka french fries, chumus, fried eggplant and all sorts of salads, but I stick with the classic felafel balls, salad and techina with a bit of charif, hot sauce. Last time I was there I did add the Yemenite z'chug and Indian mango sauce.