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Village Falafel has one of those nondescript names that reveal nothing about the cultural origin of the cuisine. It would be so easy for it to fall into the twilight zone of "Mediterranean food" or "Middle Eastern food" in the minds of South Bay diners. The key to Village Falafel's identity can be found tucked away in much smaller font on the sign outside its (also rather nondescript) location in Cupertino: "Armenian and Mediterranean Cuisine." More specifically, the food at Village Falafel is Lebanese-Armenian.