11 Reviews

First Review by AnetteMN

Best middle eastern falafels - Edit

Best middle eastern falafel in town! Choose your spread, 4 different kinds, choose among 3 different falafels, and a variety of salads! This makes of many interesting taste experiences! So delicious

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Best falafel in Copenhagen - Edit

This place is a must try when in Nørrebro area. You can choose between 3 different falafels, 2 different buns, 4 different salads, 5 spreads and 2 olils and do some quite nice combinations.
They also do falafel salads if you don't want a pita bread! Give it a try and you won't regret :)

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Good food but pricey - Edit

The food is very good although a little expensive

Pros: vegan and gluten free options

Cons: expensive

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on the way .. - Edit

Pros and cons listed below.

Updated from previous review on 2017-07-23

Pros: good taste and good bread. delicious and full of c

Cons: overheated oil. stinky and UNhealthy - all 3 times, would love if you went organic

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Very bad experience - Edit

I am going to be honest and mention that the falafel sandwich was decent - after we finally received the right one.

Maybe they just had a bad day, but we had a really unpleasant experience there. It was the first time we had ever been there. We ordered two vegan falafel sandwiches with light bread. We emphasized the 'vegan' twice at this point. We ended up waiting for a long time, like everyone else in the shop. My SO got his sandwich first and started eating. Before he got it I was asked twice if it should have dressing and I said no and said again it was supposed to be vegan. After a while I got mine (with the wrong kind of bread, which I just accepted) and we discovered that my SO's sandwich looked different than mine. Turns out he had gotten a potato omelette sandwich instead. We were shocked and complained. The owner was blaming us saying "why didn't you say anything when I was making it?". Anyway we got a new one. We got no apology! I won't be eating there again.

If you choose to eat here make sure that you ask about everything they put i your sandwich twice.

Pros: decent falafel

Cons: bad communication between kitchen and server, long wait, no apology for letting a vegan eat egg

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Delicious and wholesome fast food - Edit

I popped into this small, trendy-looking cafe at lunchtime on a Friday and asked if the waitress could advise me on vegan options. Which her guidance I ordered the falafel sandwich with 3 different types of falafel (including ingredients like beetroot and broccoli), carrot hummus, mixed salad and chilli oil in a wholemeal pitta. It was pretty huge so it was impossible to eat it without making a bit of a mess but it was worth it! The food was tasty, filling, and reasonably priced, the place was warm and comfy, and the service was friendly. Definitely give it a visit if you're in the area and after fast food that's wholesome and satisfying.

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Look no further if in the mood for falafel - Edit

I like well-made falafel, but between all the little kebab shops on every corner, it's hard to know which one actually gives the falafel the extra love that it needs. Falafel Factory does.

When ordering a falafel sandwich, you can mix and match the different flavors of falafel to your liking. I wasn't so fond of the beetroot kind, that had too much ginger for my taste, but I heard of others that really liked it. The falafel is freshly fried upon ordering, and you don't have to worry if has been fried alongside meatjuice.

Like someone else mentioned, the falafel sandwich is HUGE. It's a meal in itself and you don't need any sides.

I'm not sure if the tahin dressing is vegan, as the guy behind the counter told me it contained yoghurt - but perhaps it's vegan yoghurt? You should ask. The dressing isn't needed though, because you choose another dressing - hummus (my choice, great!) or a kind of pesto.

Very very good - definitely recommended!

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Mostly vegan - super yummy - Edit

Lovely knowledgeable staff. I had a falafel in their hearty dark bread with tahini, an apple and rocket salad and a green sauce. My other half had the same, but with a tabouleh salad, spicy carrot hummus and a sesame sauce. Both were good to the last bite! Would go back often if I lived here.

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Best falafel in Copenhagen - Edit

Great little falafel place near Assistens Kirkegård with falafel sandwiches, platters, salads and several side dishes. So delicious. Best falafel I have ever tasted.

It might seem expensive when you compare the prices with the other ordinary shawarma/falafel places around town, but you really do get something else. The falafel sandwich is huge. A meal in itself. You don´t need fries or a sidedish, so it´s value for money!

The salads and the platters are huge as well and of a way better quality than most other places.

3 different falafels to choose from.
- Beetroot, broccoli or carrot.

Always 4 different salads to choose from, as well as a variety of dips and toppings. Freshly baked bread, also wholewheat available.

Eat in or take away and enjoy it at the nearby cemetary!

One of the best vegetarian places in Copenhagen.


Updated from previous review on 2016-09-14

Pros: Amazing falafel selection, Great salads, 100% vegetarian

Cons: Could play better music in the shop...

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Best felafel I've ever eaten - Edit

3 kinds of felafels - Broccoli, Carrot and Beetroot & Ginger, and many choices for toppings and salads and friendly staff. absolutely delicious and the felafel sandwich is huge!

Pros: vegan options also, ask the staff what is okay

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Best falafels in town - Edit

Great variety of falafels and hummus. Colourful, delicious and beautifully presented. Many options!

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