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L'As Du Fallafel
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32-34 Rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris France
32-34 Rue des RosiersFRÎle-de-FranceParis75004
+33 1 48 87 63 60
EateryToday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday ClosedSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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a month ago
Yummy yummy. Great place to come for a meal. Cramped and crowded and with a queue, but the atmosphere and food are great.
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eddie pool
3 months ago
Well worth the wait in line. They take your order in the line but it moves quickly. Inside is a little cramped and you get more condiments but the service is good and they speak English too! - the fallafel isn't authentic authentic but damn delicious!
Christina Asadorian
4 months ago
Amazing hummus and falafel meatballs! And great pita bread. Stopped in just for a snack but all the food around us looked great.
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Jessica Rocher Schwartz
8 months ago
This is a cheap, very informal restaurant in the Marais that serves the best falafel you will ever eat. (Falafel are fried balls of crushed up chickpeas and spices served in a pita with all kinds of accompaniments – I had never heard of it before I moved to D.C.!) People line up down the block to get this stuff. (It’s also Lenny Kravitz’s favorite, if that’s a selling point, haha.) They have a variety of other middle-eastern dishes, too, including great chicken kebabs if you’re feeling less adventurous. Closed on Saturdays.
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Joel Richard
a month ago
I have eaten a lot of falafel over the years, but never really enjoyed it. This is by far the best I have had, it's flavorful and moist with plenty of sauce and veggies. I recommend getting the hot sauce on it. Really worth stopping here for lunch. The line moves quick.
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Ruth Simchi
a month ago
Unforgettable! We went 8 months ago and are still raving about it. Wish they would open a branch in Israel. Probably the best falafel in the world...
Abdulrahman Alsmail
5 months ago
Good falafel and shawarma. Also have desert. Overpriced but worth it.
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Michel Condoroussis
8 months ago
This very busy and well known falafel house has amazing falafels. The plate is quite filling and the falafels are really worth stopping by for. A TV in the dining room shows the preparation methods which are done daily in a very clean environment which is true for the eating area as well. Amazing value.