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User Reviews (31 Reviews)
- L'As Du FallafelAmbassadorMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Feb 05, 2014
I'm a little biased. When I lived in Paris this place was literally three blocks away. That doesn't discount the food. This little fallafel joint lives up to its hype and is rather speedy in getting you a great meal!
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Dec 19, 2013
On the rue des rosiers in the heart of Paris's Jewish quarter, l'As du falafel serves delicious Israeli-style falafel pita sandwiches complete wIth hummus, pickles, lettuce, and beets; for a few extra centimes you can add french fries to your sandwich. There's a large dine-in area, but there's often a wait. If you're in a hurry you can get a sandwich 'A emporter' (to go) from the restaurant's walk-up window.
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureBusiness Travelers+ 3Nov 16, 2013
Awesome! This place really stands for what they claim to be - the best fallafel sandwich ever. For 5,50 euros, you get the right to stand in line outside for a little while - the line moves fast - ang get your amazing fallafel sandwich, the only thing that's on the menu. Grab a fork, find yourself a place to lean on out there and have fun with it! It's delicious.
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Oct 05, 2013
Be prepared to share a table, because this place is always packed. Service is very efficient, though, and you can't go wrong with the falafel sandwich. The roasted eggplant adds another layer of flavor, and everything was very fresh. My only gripe was the meager beer selection, especially considering that more interesting beer choices are popping up all over Paris. The problem was easily solved, however: we paid the check and headed over to Au Trappiste.
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2Aug 02, 2013
If you get the chance, I would highly suggest you check out L'as Du Fallafel. Their falafels are great and the prices are reasonable too. It's in the heart of Marais, which is in the Jewish Quarter of Paris. It's a wonderful area to walk around. Plus, you can't miss the bright green and yellow paint which outlines the L'as Du Fallafel.
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofFoodiesStudentsLuxury Travelers+ 2Feb 11, 2014
This quick-lunch sandwich was suggested by my paris-resident cousin, and told me that it is THE thing to try here in 'Le Marais' area and Parisians go crazy for it. Since I was Lebanese and Falafels aren't that exotic to me, we tried it, it was generous, tasty and I liked it. One thing i didn't like is that I burped all day long after it. :/
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofLocal CultureMay 21, 2013
Chez Anna is further down the same street and their "Fallafel" is distinctively better. When you go to Chez Anna don't forget to go inside and pay first and then give your ticket to the guy who makes Falafel that will make you cry of joy
- L'As Du FallafelMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 4Mar 19, 2013
Very overhyped establishment in Paris. Although the falafel isn't expensive by French standards (5 Euro), I couldn't even finish mine. Maybe it's because we didn't get it with the spicy sauce? (But that can't be it!)
However, the Jewish quarter in the Marias district makes for an interesting promenade apres diner.
- L'As Du Fallafel