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First Review by slithers

Vegan friendly and delicious - Edit

This place was great. Only non vegan stuff is the Dutch mayo, garlic cream, coleslaw, and one other thing I forget. :) point is this place is 95% vegan and the non v stuff is easy to avoid. The falafels were amazing! I'll be coming back when I'm in the area.

Pros: extremely vegan friendly!

Cons: no plates.


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Real falafel - Edit

Delicious falafel with tons of toppings-- can choose your own pita size (3 or 5 falafels) or make a salad with as many falafels as you'd like. Falafels are a bit spicy, so you definitely want the toppings to cool it down if you're not a big fan of heat.


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The best Falafels in Boston! - Edit

My husband and I probably go to Amsterdam Falafel weekly. They have the BEST falafels in the area and a great topping bar. You can either get a pita or a bowl and fill it with whatever you want from the topping bar. Almost everything is Vegan except for a few mayo based sauces that are easy to avoid.

Pros: Everything, Fried Eggplant

Cons: Not enough seating, Small


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Davis hotspot - Edit

Latest hotspot in Davis Square, this is quick, no nonsense falafel that is delicious. Now that college kids are back in town, seems to be always crowded, so seating is not always available.

Pros: Great falafel, vegan friendly, nice pictures/walls

Cons: not many food choices, crowded/small


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