L'as Du FallafelCurrently Closed
- Address: 34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France
- Timings: 12:01 am - 12:00 am Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
L'as Du Fallafel - Review
If you want to have delicious foods of Middle East, you may like to go to the L'as Du Fallafel in Paris. The major attraction of this restaurant is huge falafel sandwich which is delicious. The lamb and chicken are also worth trying. There is a huge dining space inside this restaurant and the ambience is so pleasant and relaxing. Whenever you visit L'as Du Fallafel, you will have not to wait for your meal after getting a table.
How To reach L'as Du Fallafel by Public Transport
- Subway service 1 to stop - Saint Paul
- Buses 29 to stop – Payenne
L'as Du Fallafel Trips
L'as Du Fallafel, Paris Reviews
It does not disappoint. The reviews are correct and you should go. They do run a fast service so don't expect to linger as long as in a French restaurant. The falafel pita sandwich is fantastic especially with the side sauces. It's not dry like the ones you usually get in the US. And it's huge. The mint lemonade is also very good and worth a try. The line to get in moved fast and prices are reasonable. English is spoken here so no worries if you don't speak French.
Excellent service and friendly staff.. we went on a weekday for dinner and there was a long line but it moved very fast, we got in-in less than 5 minutes. We got our food a bit later than the tables around us although we ordered at around the same time but the staff were very apologetic for the slight delay. The falafel were very good, so did the beef sausages and the sauces that came along with the dishes. Highly recommend this place when you visit Paris for a quick and fresh bite.
Quick service, super cheerful staff, take away is best. Limited seating. Amazing falafel. Best so far in Paris. It will fill you stomach and some. Amazingly tasty. No combo/menu
This is my favorite Fallafel place. Every visit to Paris I make at least one stop to get my fix. Intimate and a little tight squeeze but well worth it and like anywhere else in Paris you hear people from all over the world. Fresh delicious, fast and courteous service. Don't miss out on this Paris staple. It's kosher which means it is closed from Friday late afternoon and doesn't open back until Sunday.
Delicious but I am not sure this place is the best falafel in the world. It was good but the customer service was a little cold. It was okay but they just seemed busy to even care about our comfort. Both my husband and I loved our lunch and would go back again.