L'as Du Fallafel / Paris

34 rue des Rosiers Rue des Ecouffes Paris 75004
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 00:00
Fri 11:00 - 17:00

L'As du Fallafel is a Kosher Middle Eastern restaurant located at 34, Rue des Rosiers in the "Pletzl" Jewish quarter of the Le Marais neighborhood in Paris, France. The restaurant is acclaimed for its falafel sandwich served with eggplant and hummus.The restaurantL'As du Fallafel's dishes are based upon North African and Middle Eastern cuisine. Due to the restaurant's popularity and cramped seating, the lunchtime line often extends well into the street.The restaurant is closed on Shabbat.AcclaimWriting in The New York Times travel section, Mark Bittman asserts that "this is the falafel destination in Paris, indeed in Europe." In Pauline Frommer's Paris, Margie Rynn shares that L’As du Fallafel "has, without a doubt, the best falafel in Paris."The restaurant is said to be a favorite of rock musician Lenny Kravitz.

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Kimberly Kephart en
We came here starving one fall night, and we got seated right away. The atmosphere was awesome and for a first time falafel eater-- it was 100% LEGIT. We only waited about 30 min for our food, but we had drinks and good conversation to keep us occupied. The server was super attentive. The Pita bread .. I keep thinking about it. YUM! It's a lively atmosphere and tons of locals. I definitely recommend trying it out! Well worth it! GooglePlace - November 2017
Karthik CP en
A must visit for Falafel lovers. The huge sandwich made in Pita bread is the best I have had across Europe. On weekends there is usually a long wait to get you order. On holidays, you end up waiting 25-30 minutes sometimes to get your sandwich...Totally worth it. Its also priced nominally! Even if you dont like Falafel, I recommend to try it out here. There is also a seating arrangement(minimal) with a long wait. Its a very popular joint in that area. A must for any visitors to Paris! GooglePlace - November 2017
Andre Sevigny en
Best falafel sandwich in the world. Get there early to sit and eat inside. Otherwise there are a couple of different windows where you can order takeout from. Just be careful to choose the right line otherwise you could be wasting your time in the wrong line. There is a nice park with benches about a block away and hidden down an alley. Check google maps to find it. GooglePlace - October 2017
徐楓 en
Great experience. We had like 8-9 courses of all substantial food dishes, mostly seafood dishes with a Japanese influence. The downstairs dining room is in a stone cellar with Japanese style seating. The waiters are very nice and attentive. It was only EUR98 which I thought was a good price for the great food we had. The reservation can be tricky as they would try to call you to confirm the reservation and they somehow get confused with my friend's confirmation and cancelled his reservation but still seated him when he got there. GooglePlace - October 2017
City Squirrel en
I got the special falafel sandwich. It was amazing. Friendly service. Worth the trip. If you like spicy food, try the green salsa/sauce on the table. Perfect for solo traveler. Affordable. Must try if you are in Paris. I will definitely come back again! GooglePlace - September 2017