That’s right, we couldn’t resist the pull of mighty olde England and we returned once more to the glorious homeland. I wanted to see Brexit in all its fanfare – putting the Great back into Great Britain. So, we drove for 3 days across land and sea, and arrived back in the old country –... Continue Reading →
Thanks to Miss J.W for this guest post! It had been a pretty wasteful day. My heart was filled with an unexplainable sorrow. On returning home it was discovered that the kitchen was bare except for a frozen Goodfellas Falafel Pizza. This had been purchased with great excitement months ago but on inspection I had... Continue Reading →
Well, we're all pro's at falafel I suppose, but I was dining this time with my professional chef friend, who made falafel for a living! Double dining. A cutesy couple-y double date - dinner and a (shit) movie. Our other friends had reacted in disgust when we told them, and one of them (recently single)... Continue Reading →
It had been a weird day and it was only 3pm. I had woken up early to get some work done on the millions of essays I had to give in (6 actually) but got instantly distracted by checking our Twitter. I was disappointed to see that our high of 65 followers had dwindled to... Continue Reading →
Times are tough in the ratemyfalafel.com household. How were we to know that not paying our council tax bill since October would result in us having to pay a massive amount all at once? We had to tighten our belts. It was packet bought, value falafel for us. We decided to have a falafel off,... Continue Reading →
The first thing I noticed when I unwrapped my falafel from its neat little bag was that the “pitta” it was in looked nothing like any pitta I’d had before...
Two years of RATE MY FALAFEL has passed. Two glorious falafel-ly years. It was time to go SOCIAL MEDIA. That's right, we at RATEMYFALAFEL.COM have got our very own Twitter and Instagram!!! Now, I'm not one of those old fashioned stick in the mud type people who REFUSE to move with the times, but as... Continue Reading →
Brent Cross shopping centre is known for its shops. There are loads of them. 120 to be precise. There’s even a pop up beach in the summer, where literally 350 tonnes of sand and 100 palm trees are plonked into the North West London car park...
After walking past this particular cafe on an almost daily basis. wondering if they included falafel in their wrap ingredients, I finally decided to give it a go. I was hungry from an anti-austerity demo I had just attended, as part of the 'Libraries Bloc. My favourite chant was 'Libraries, should be free! Not just... Continue Reading →