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L'As du Fallafel outside Parisianist

"ur all getting scammed"

  • May 2018

reviewed by im israeli from France

L'As du Fallafel


The best fallafel in town

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The name says it all: the ace of Fallafel. Located in the Rue des Rosiers, the street in Paris when it comes to Jewish delicatessen, l'As du Fallafel has been serving the best fallafel since 1979. 

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About this place

32-34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris
Line 1 - Saint Paul

Thursday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am
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Monday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am Tuesday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am Wednesday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am Thursday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am Friday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am Saturday : Closed Sunday : 11:00 am - 0:00 am

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We are the aces of Fallafel, or at least that is what Yoni, the 1m90 (6.24ft) manager, likes to say. But with a great deal of laudatory critiques and even some international press coverage such as the New York Times, L’As du Fallafel is truly one of the best falafel places in Paris. It all started out in 1979, when Yoni’s parents arrived in Paris and opened a small grocery store. 15 years later though, it became a falafel restaurant and since that day, l’As du Fallafel has become an institution in the heart of the Jewish Quarter


So what will it be? Will it be the falafel, a humus, vegetables and beans sandwich, or will it be the Shawarma and its tender meat? Or you can try the kefta or the grilled eggplant, also part of l’As du Fallafel’s specialties… Add a Makabi Israeli beer or a homemade lemonade and you will have a perfect quick lunch, which you can also take away. Expect to pay around €13 for a falafel + beer combo ordered in. An old knowhow brought back from their home country, a choice of fresh ingredients renewed every day and that is what differentiates l’As du Fallafel with the other falafel places in the street.

Parisianist Fun Fact: a falafel is ordered every 15 seconds during rush hour.


Yoni entertains his regular customers or tourists by saying funny things such as « you are only two, but I will give you a table for 3 as you probably want to have lunch with me, no ? ». To increase efficiency during busy lunch and dinner hours, get a ticket so you don’t need to wait in line for very long. Once you are inside this warm, authentic and family run restaurant, the young and dynamic (and teasing) waiters will serve you the dish of your choice.


A lot of people order their meal and take it away, but we would recommend sitting inside this iconic institution. The traditional green and yellow walls is feels like being invited to someone’s house, and tables and chairs have been moved against the walls to welcome more and more guests… Paintings and shelves with lovely 7 branch candleholders hang on the walls. As for the music, you will be able to sing along if you know your Israeli pop tunes.  Finally, a couple of video screens are places with spots on the freshness (everything is homemade) of the ingredients at l’As du Fallafel. 


This charming family run business doesn’t plan on getting bigger and wants to keep it just the way it is today, with green and yellow walls in a small space, serving the same delicious falafel. Yoni says “trying to please everyone is just pleasing no one”, so he doesn’t adapt and lets his customers adapt to him. Even some international stars have been convinced, such as Lenny Kravitz, John Malcovitch or Natalie Portman and have chosen the falafel. Yet Yoni recommends the Shawarma. Which one will it be for you?

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