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27B The Piazza, London WC2E 8RD
- Westminster Tube Station (0.1 km)
- St. James's Park Tube Station (0.6 km)
- Stuttgart (0.7 km)
- Waterloo Railway Station (0.8 km)
- Contact us:
020 7240 3838
4 reviews of Just Falafs in English
Little pockets stuffed with goodness is what you’ll find here - with a combination of healthy and not-so-healthy wrap options. There are two different sizes - regular for around £4.70 and large for about £5.80. I went for the regular and was fed-up :). It was packed with fresh juicy goodness, splashed with chili and garlic sauce (at my request). I went for the smoked chicken one which, although was tasty, was overun by sweet potato.
Although it’s always great to pick up lunch for under a fiver in Soho, the drinks (coke and a bottle of water) were nearly £2 each which was a bit odd. Nonetheless I’ll definitely be going back, if only to try some of the other yummy-sounding concoctions.
Just Falafs (which is much funnier in a British accent) is a great place to grab a quick bite in downtown London.
I found it because it's listed in Time Out’s cheap eats guide. I'm glad I did, because it’s possibly the tastiest lunch I’ve eaten in Soho. Really delicious falafel. I've stopped in many times since.
There are a couple of bench tables and counters with stools. A wrapped falafal is a simple take-away bite, though, if it's full up (which is very likely during a weekday lunch break).
When I was there last summer they were celebrating their newly-obtained liquor license by giving away a free beer with every eat-in falafel wrap they sold. How can you beat that? I can't promise that sort of deal now, but I can promise several choices of tasty vegetarian falafal and sauces, in two different sizes.
It furthers my theory that Wardour Street contains everything I'll ever need.
Comment 1 comment on this review
Linus, 27 February 2008: I've been once and wasn't massively impressed, but then I think I was spoiled by the mountainous falafels available at Maos. Maybe I should give them another chance.
Set in the heart of Covent Garden this gem of a little place serves the greatest falafels ever.Falafels are seriously healthy and are usually made from crushed chick-peas or broadbean paste. I like both combinations and they delicious served piping hot with some grated carrotts,cucumber smothered in a piquant garlic sauce.
This place makes the best falafel in town. If you are a fan of this mediterranean dish, get yourself to this branch in Wardour St or their other branch in Covent Garden. Various different kinds of falafel are on offer- ranging from yogi bear to car beet sale! Plus you can make your own falafel with various different ingredients. The great falafel makes up for what I have found to be poor and slow service. I still keep going back and recommending it to others, so the service can't be too bad!
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