Eat Falafel at Home. Control the Hunger. Save Money.

Many thanks to guest reviewer James Brown for this post! Britain in 2020*: it’s like a jungle out there. You’re trying to keep your distance but everyone around you is having street parties, beach parties, clapping manically on their doorsteps,or testing their eyesight in popular tourist destinations. Sure, you could get takeaway but isn’t it... Continue Reading →

Falafel firsts

Tis a proud day for any parent when their little ones takes their first... Bite of falafel. I'd been waiting impatiently for our baby to be ready to eat solid food and decided that on his 6 month birthday we would give him his first foray into the world of fried chickpeas. I was nervous.... 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 →

Write your own review!

Have you ever wished that you could submit your own falafel review to ratemyfalafel.com but struggled with the layout? Now we have this easy to use template to help you write quick and easy falafel reviews! You can copy and paste this template into Word or any other software of your choice. Send your review... Continue Reading →

End of the world Falafel

  Well, that is perhaps a slightly dramatic title. End of Italy, certainly. We had decided to take a trip down to Sicily for Christmas, covering the whole of Southern Italy in just 10 hours. As soon as we crossed the tiny gap from Reggio Calabria to Messina, Sicily (costing us a distressing 75 euros)... Continue Reading →

2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. It is fantastic. Just look at our success. Roll on 2016 with even more Falafel reviews and anecdotes. Plus, we've got a couple up our sleeves for ya right now. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This... Continue Reading →

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