Rainy Day Falafel in Bristol

April in Bristol was typically wet, living up to the 'April Showers' tradition with brief sunny spells breaking up the icy rain. I had come into Bristol centre to meet my ratemyfalafel.com associate partner for a 'cultural day'. I had managed to get hold of some free tickets to a couple of exhibitions that were... Continue Reading →

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Homecoming Falafels: The Triumphant Return

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 →

I’m not basic

I hate to be so basic but I'm partial to chain restaurants. The predictability suits my anxious nature. I had come to Gloucester for some training and as lunch approached I googled for a trusty old Pret. But to my dismay I was informed that the nearest Pret was in Cheltenham. How do people of... Continue Reading →

Self-Pity “Pizza – Falafel” Party

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 →

Guest post: falafel in India!

Thanks very much to Laura for this review. Chill Out Hostel Hampi Falafel Hampi Having tried and failed to review Australian falafel I have to say I was not optimistic of success in India. How wrong was I. Here in Hampi it seems there is not a menu without an Israeli section offering the delights... Continue Reading →

Chick Re-visited : a Brexit Special

Chick Falafel, Brent Cross Shopping Centre: North London  We have reviewed this particular eatery before, but we at ratemyfalafel.com are nothing if not thorough - we welcome new insights and perspectives. Thanks to this weeks guest contributor for this gem: Marie @planteatingposts (insta) Well, just because the entire country has taken leave of its senses doesn't... Continue Reading →

(Anti) Fascist falafel?

  So. We moved to Italy. We were travelling around Italy for our honeymoon, seeing all sorts of beautiful things and it seemed like as good as any place to rest our heads. We were a bit tired of moving around all the time and having to re-pack the f**king car every 5 minutes. So,... Continue Reading →

Quick, Easy, Delicious cook-at-home Falafel. (disclaimer: not quick, not easy)  

*thanks to our guest falafel writer this week. The editor is currently travelling/honeymoon-ing and will be back shortly. (Don't worry, falafel has featured heavily in these...travels and will be discussed at length during the next few posts). Quick, Easy, Delicious cook-at-home Falafel. (disclaimer: not quick, not easy) I’ve eaten so many falafels in my life... Continue Reading →

Magic Falafel by ANON.

It’s rare to find yourself in Camden Lock market on a weekday unless you work there, are a tourist, or a teenager looking for something illicit. I was just hungry after walking from town. It was sweltering and jammed full, with people lining the sides of the canal, the water bright green with summer algae.... Continue Reading →

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