Many times I’ve walked past the long Falafel lines in the ever hip Marais district of Paris on a Sunday and wondered why someone would wait so long for street food which is not the norm style of dining in France. Que bizarre…
I usually don’t “do” street food in Paris either. It’s not that I’m opposed to it, but in the Marais, I usually have my go-to spot Breizh Café for sit down service of delicious buckwheat crepes or Chez Omar for terrific couscous. However on this particular day, I figured I didn’t feel like doing the usual and wanted to see what all the fuss for Falafel was all about. The spot Chez Hanna Falafel I had read about was closed, so I went to L’As du Falafel. Wow! What a handful and mouthful of deliciousness!
Pack your patience to stand in line and then wait to lick your lips around this delicious mess, and get plenty of napkins… Now I get the long waits and lines. J
34 rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France