This ultimate Middle Eastern street food is making waves in the Philippines.
Falafel is a Middle Eastern street food fare that’s traditionally made with chickpeas, herbs, and spices. It’s very straightforward yet is loaded with lots of flavors. You can either enjoy this alone, in a pita sandwich, a laffa wrap, or even in a rice bowl. To find out where to get the best of the best falafels in the Metro, continue reading below.
Dubbed as the place to get the best hummus and falafels in the Philippines, Hummus Elijah is definitely the #1 choice for authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant was made by Chef Elijah with the menu coming from family recipes and from fresh, simple, and tasteful ingredients straight from home.
Beni’s Falafel has been around serving traditional Middle-Eastern cuisine since 2012. Though considered to be a hole-in-the-wall restaurant, many people both locals and tourists, continue to flock to their restaurant day and night. The falafel sandwich is served with shredded cabbage, onions, and tomatoes and is a bang for your buck at PHP 215.
Falafel Yo is an Israeli falafel and salad bar founded by an Israeli family in 2011. Their mission is to provide Filipinos with great-tasting and authentic Israeli food at the peoples’ fingertips. Their falafel sandwiches which are all made from scratch comes in two variants: the original Falafel YO! and its spicier counterpart with the added cauliflower twist, the Ouchy Ouchy!
Shawa Wama is the Eastern Mediterranean-inspired grab-and-go street fare by The Moment Group. Instead of just the traditional chickpeas and herbs, their falafel sandwich is infused with red beets giving it a bright pink hue and a more rounded flavor.
David Tweg conceptualized Medley with the foundation of his childhood memories but with an added twist to accommodate the modern lifestyle. You can get their falafels in a sandwich, wrap, salad bowl, or rice bowl.
The humble beginning of Mister Kabab dates all the way back to 1987 as a small food stall at the corner of West and Quezon Avenue. They feature sumptuous Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Cuisine and are famous for their kababs but also notable for their hummus and falafels.
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