• Advi's Falafels

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Middle Eastern
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Serves meat, vegan options available. Vegan choices include falafel and dips, soup, and various salads. Previously known as Little Advi. Open Tue-Sun 11:00am-3:00pm.


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8 Reviews

First Review by Aloo

veganbabe69

Points +169

Vegan
17 May 2022

Great value

For $15 I got a meal of falafel, and three kinds of salad. All fresh, delicious and made with quality ingredients. Huge portion for a great price

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Jojojimmer

Points +176

Vegan
19 Feb 2021

This place does NOT serve mea

Fantastic tasty food. I have been back several times for the falafel wrap and the falafel platter with the salads. The platter is very filling and great variety.

Also the smoothies are good too.

The staff will ensure you have cushions or something to sit on if you are outside :)

Pros: vegetarian, crunchy, tasty

Cons: not open later in the day, no shade if sitting outside

kateloveslentils

Points +21

Vegan
21 Jan 2021

Amazing

I went to advis falafels for the first time last week and have already been back 3 times. With a very large selection of vegan salads and other Mediterranean food full of loads of flavour I always finish wondering when I can come back next.

Pros: Mostly vegan, Very cheap, Friendly staff

Cons: Occasionally busy , Closes very early, Large portions

misskelly88

Points +190

Vegan
30 Aug 2020

Cute little falafel place

I have been searching for a good falafel place nearby, and this has to be the best I've found so far.
A mostly vegan menu (halloumi fries are also offered) with crunchy falafels in generously filled pitas with delicious tahini and hommus.
The twice baked wedges were the star of the show for me, very hearty and warming with creamy tahini and tomato sauce on top.
Vegan baklava was great too, very sweet but not overly greasy and with walnuts (the best nut).
My only minor gripe was that the pita was too much and I couldn't get through it, and the pumpkin had the skin on which was hard to chew through, but that's it really.

Pros: Mostly vegan menu, Beautifully flavoured salads, healthy feel, Creamy sauces

Cons: Large servings a little overwhelming, Some gritty bits in the falafels

Aloo

Points +6636

Vegan
18 Aug 2020

Fresh salads

Update: all the salads are vegan. They are much more vegan friendly under the new 'Advi' s Falafels' name; including vegan baklava and turkish delight.

Cosy cafe with great service and plenty of options. My first choice is usually the falafel with a touch of chilli. It's a cut above the rest.
The salads are great, and always at least one vegan option.
There are often people working from here on weekdays. Nice place to sit, drink coffee and people watch too.

Pros: Vegan items clear, Mostly vegan cafe now

Cons: Serves meat

radcliffesamuel

Points +20

Vegan
25 Mar 2019

Great salads

Love middle eastern food. Advieh has plenty of vegan salads. Tasty food and reasonable prices.

Cara Cara

Points +92

Vegetarian
04 Feb 2018

Lots of vegetarian and vegan options now

They have increased their vegetarian and vegan options and everything is very clearly marked on the menu and specials board. Vegan options often involve them swapping out elements e.g. replacing feta with the lovely vegan one they use. More options than just salads: this time I had baked beans with hummus and previously I had a delicious vegan antipasto platter.

Pros: range of vegan salads, clear labelling re. vegetarian and vegan options, delicious food

Tiggy

Points +15182

Vegan
29 Oct 2017

Delicious food but not many vegan options

We came here for lunch to try a different place in Yarraville, and it was right in the centre of the village. The cafe itself looks nice and I noticed some vegan muffins on the counter. When I checked the menu I saw there were three vegan options. We ordered the falafel salad plate and the (three) dips plate. When the waiter took our order he told us the only vegan dip was hummus, leaving me wondering why I'd come here. Fortunately it turned out there was also harissa and tahini, which, while not impressive, at least offered some variety. The falafel plate was delicious, even if the falafel were a tiny bit dry, and the dips were also nice. Prices were what you'd expect in cafe-rich Yarraville (around $15 or a bit more or less). While the food was good, I wouldn't say this place had anything particularly exciting for vegans.

Pros: Good food, Nice cafe space , Convenient location

Cons: Few vegan options - mostly salads




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