3 Falafel’s and a Mcdonald’s

Having not had Falafel in ages, due to having a year long aversion to anything with flavour, I decided to go on a wild Falafel binge a few weeks ago. I was staying in London and couldn't resist the call of Falafel, a comforting presence as the cold nights draw in and the rain starts... Continue Reading →

Biblos: round 2

A disappointing FalafelI'd arranged to go to a Spanish /English language exchange with a friend, which happened to be near by one of my fave falafel haunts in Bristol. Admittedly in fact it was one of the reasons I'd decided to make the trek over to stokes croft, the close proximity to delicious falafel-y goodness.... Continue Reading →

Greece-y falafel

Why are flights always at 6am? Don't airlines realise that means people have to leave their houses at like, 3am? We were jetting off to Crete on a family holiday, having booked ourselves into an all inclusive hotel ( the royal and imperial Belvedere) near the beach for some sun and sea. But first we... Continue Reading →

Seaside falafel

You must have noticed the deafening falafel related silence over the last year, dear readers. The truth is, my baby hates falafel (and hummus). I wasn't able to eat anything chickpea related for my entire pregnancy, or anything containing garlic or spices. In fact, I lived almost entirely off potato waffles and vegan sausage rolls.... Continue Reading →

Dog days and outside falafel

A guest review by anonymous Since owning a dog, a lockdown puppy who is now nearly two, life requires significantly more planning. And by life I include falafel eating. So a weekend involving a beach walk, nosing around a few junk shops, examining fascinatingly historic artefacts in a local museum.. and dropping into a cafe... Continue Reading →

Border town falafel

Abu Naeem Falafel Thank you to this week's guest blogger Sereen for this second installment of falafels sampled in the UAE! Driving to the border of Oman for the monthly visa renewal, a pit stop at Abu Naeem is a must! Positioned conveniently close to the border of Oman and serving up delicious, fresh falafels,... Continue Reading →

HOMEBREW FALAFEL(NUTMEG FORMULA)

Many thanks to Laura for this guest post. "Everyday is like Sunday." So sang Morrissey, and for many of us a fitting epitaph for lockdown. But what does that have to do with falafel I hear you cry? Well, it may feel like a year of Sundays but it isn't healthy to eat Sunday Roast... Continue Reading →

Eat out to help out

We at ratemyfalafel.com have done our bit to rebuild Britain post lock down by selflessly chowing down on half price food for the past few weeks. I know, where's the clapping for me, eh? To be quite honest the food has been sub par - a really lack lustre selection of falafel and pasties have... Continue Reading →

Vegan bite

Vegan Bite Thank you to this week's guest reviewer Old Father Thames (not real name). If you have a different perspective on Greggs Steak Bake, please let us know at Ratemyfalafel@gmail.com It seems easy to stay the same, stick to what you know and be happily stuck in your ways. But it’s no good –... Continue Reading →

Border Force Falafel

Border Force Falafel. By guest blogger Marie la vie @ planteatingposts (Instagram) A sour mood and sluggish appetite can often be remedied by the appearance of a falafel vendor in my long experience.In this instance, the vendor was a big blue double decker – “The Big Greek Bus”, parked on Folkestone harbour, and selling take... Continue Reading →

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