It was a small but cozy restaurant. The falafel special was cheap and tasted great, i really recommand it.
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This small restaurant isn't only a falafel joint but serves good kosher food. I had shawarma, my daughter had meat balls, my son chicken and my husband had falafel. They were all excellent delicious dishes with good spices , salads, rice , vegetables. The service...More
Located in Rue du Rosier, where you find a lot of cozy shops and food stores. Perfect lunch place with excellent falafel, burgers and veggies dishes. The place is very simple but offers very nice food. Highly recommended.
We ate lunch here. Darling little spot. Dine in or take out. I had a pita, with chickpea falafel, hummus, carrots, eggplant, cabbage, etc. Delicious. Excellent service. They speak English. On tiny alley like street in Old Jewish quarters, with lots of interesting shops.
Tried to get to the "other" place but it was closed, on a Saturday ! So stopped in here, had the best falafal plate ever, hubbie had the shwarma which he thoroughly enjoyed. We liked it so much we went back to try the "other'...More
Directions to Food Heaven: 1. Go inside Chez Hanna and pay for a pita to go with their yummy falafel and all the fixings 2. Wait in line outside with all the other hungry people 3. Take your pita and walk to the Place des...More
Walking around on Saturday afternoon, looking for falafel, in the Jewish quarters. The best place, closed, only a gentile would do this! Popped in here, food was adequate. Portions generous, falafel crispy, pita tough, hummus a little sour. Ok but not worth a return visit....More
Unfortunately, that's not why we had sat there, the 5 of us: it was to have lunch. I took the "assiette de dégustation", offering hummus (too thick and too salted), eggplant caviar (absolutely tasteless), tarama (pink mashed salt), Moroccan and Turkish salads. Out of the...More