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Restaurante de Falafel

HaKosem

70 moradores locais recomendam · Preço estimado 2 de 4

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Omer
Omer
August 13, 2019
Head here for one of the best Israeli street food spots you can find in Tel Aviv
May
May
July 21, 2019
Many people consider it the best falafel in the city, they pass out free falafel balls while you wait in line (since lines are often long, but fast moving- not to worry!)
Efi
Efi
June 12, 2019
The Israeli street food, Flafal, Sabih. there is always line but its worth it!
Matthew
Matthew
May 15, 2019
One of the best shwaramas in town! And very close by.
Shiran
Shiran
April 30, 2019
falafel, shwarma, eggplant - everything you came to israel for in one pita :-)

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Localização
1 Shlomo ha-Melekh St
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District
Telefone+972 3-525-2033
Status dos horários de funcionamentoFechado · Abre às Thursday 9:30 AM
Reservas
Sim
Cartões de crédito
Sim
Mesas ao ar livre
Sim
Wi-Fi
Sim
Menus
Brunch, Almoço, Janta
Opções de jantar
Take-out, No Delivery
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