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This place has gorgeous falafel, fresh salads and several kinds of sauces, wonderful date juice and is squeaky clean.There are 2 competing places nearby but George gives them a run for their money.44 years in business in Haifa's Wadi Nisnas neighborhood.
It is the best falafel in Israel in my opinion and I ate in many falafel places,first of all the owner is very friendly once you step in you immediately get a hot fresh falafel ball to taste free of charge,it is very tasty with...More
We visited the Falfel which we have heard about many times mainly from the media. The Falafel was poor. the Tehina was bad and watery. no humos and the sales were weak. Falafel was medium and nothing special at all. top much PR probably.
I was traveling with friends inHaifa and had the most delightful and pleasant surprise when we stopped in at this spot!I dont write reviews often and I have been back home for weeks but I am still thinking about that falafel sandwich I had this...More
This was so so good. Honestly, the tastiest falafel in the world. They fry the falafel in front of you and it’s warm and green, not like the brown crusty stuff you get in central Tel Aviv. And the wrap is filled with veg and...More
Falafel George is,in my opinion,the best falafel in Haifa and one of the best on Israel.
It is my favorite one and when you go in they offer you a free ball of falafel to taste before you order.
The dates juice is a good...More
I went in to this shop while just passing by and don't regret it one bit! The falafel was the best I've had in Israel so far, staff were incredibly friendly and I managed to order even though I don't know Hebrew. Definitely worth a...More
George's is a small (very small) falafel restaurant in the Arab Quarter of Haifa. We were passing by when a young boy was handing out samples - so tasty that we decided to go in. With no Hebrew on our side and limited English on...More