If you have talked to anyone who has visited Paris or googled, “best places to eat in Paris,” chances are you have come across L’As du Fallafel. But just because it seems popular or “too touristy” don’t let this keep you from experiencing one of the best falafels of your life. Really, it’s that good.
In the heart of the Jewish district, once you notice the sea of passersby holding bright yellow napkins, you’ll know you’ve come to the right place. Don’t be surprised when you see a constant line of people spilling out onto the cobble stones of Rue Rosiers. There are two lines, one for dining in and one for take away. Our suggestion is to wait in the take away line (I promise it moves fast), get your falafel (and say 'yes' when they ask you if you want the spicy sauce) and head over to Jardin des Rosiers-Joseph Migneret or if you can make it, Place des Vosges for the perfect lunch experience. Bon App!
Pst. If falafels really aren't your thing, head over to Breizh Cafe for a famous Breton style crêpe in the Marais. And if you're up for it, pair it with a refreshing cider!