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L'As Du Fallafel
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32-34 Rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris France
32-34 Rue des RosiersFRIDFParis75004
+33 1 48 87 63 60
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John Hawkins
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I'm led to believe this is widely considered to be the best falafel place in Paris, and having eaten falafel on three continents I feel reasonably well informed enough to say I think they're pretty good. Mainly a take away sort of place (I think there might be some seating, I've never tried). There always seems to be a queue outside just about any time of day, but they progress through the orders very quickly, throwing together the ingredients in an impressively haphazard way. The norm seems to be to eat your falafel in the street.
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Carla Davidson
reviewed a month ago
Delicious falafels and more, to eat on the go or inside the restaurant. The friendly "bouncers"/waiters at the door were a little perplexing at first but actually made the whole system very efficient. One of them took our order, passed it on to the kitchen and in a few minutes our falafels were being lovingly enveloped into pitta breads with aubergines, salad and a nice yoghurt dressing. All at a good price too, well worth a visit.
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Sergio Giro
reviewed 4 months ago
So, I found this place on four square. The food is good. But the ambiance is the best. Great people. The guy at the door will make you wait till there is an open table. Once inside every one is very friendly. I would recommend it for the ambiance more than the food. I liked the shawarma. Love the fries.
D Lech
reviewed a month ago
I heard great things about this place. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed the falafel and the chicken schnitzel. The wait for a table inside was not long. This was probably one of the best meals in Paris.
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Jason Hartline
reviewed 4 weeks ago
This used to be the best falafel in the world. Recently it seems like their fame has resulted in long waits and poor quality. Sad.
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yoann lopez
reviewed 4 months ago
A parisian institution. You can't miss out on eating there. The fallafels are just plain amazing and the line in front of the doors are just confirming this fact. I would advice you to get one to go and then to eat it somewhere on a ben in Le Marais.