Falafelbaren - Hornsgatan

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

Hornsgatan 39, Stockholm, Sweden, 11849

Vegetarian falafel and pita eatery. The cheese used contain vegetable rennet. Bar style stools and energetic music make for a quick stop. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-7:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Fast food, Take-out, Catering, Middle Eastern, Lebanese, Turkish

5 Reviews

First Review by LeoM

My favourite falafel place - Edit

I really love this place. The falafel is so good, fresh and tasty. The place is nicely decorated and the staff is always friendly.

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Slightly pricey, but great and filling - Edit

For around 100kr I got a great pitta full of falafel, wonderfully crispy salad, accompanied by some skin-on fries and a glass of homemade lemonade. It's fantastic value, and the whole meal was lovely. We came at the right time and seemed to miss the queues, but even people around us were getting food quickly. A great place!

Pros: Tasty, Filling , Quick

Cons: Pricey, but maybe average for Stockholm?

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Amazing quality, speedy service. - Edit

We found this through happy cow, and had lunch here. I ordered the falafel salad, my partner the falafel with company, which is a pita, homemade fries and homemade lemonade. Everything was fresh and tasty and took only a few minutes to arrive. The service was friendly, and the place was bustling with locals. We'd definitely return. The menu seems all veggie with vegan dishes clearly marked on the menu.

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Good but expensive - Edit

Yes this place is expensive, yes it might take some time when they make your Falafel if there is a lot of other customers.

Yet I come back, because most Falafel in this town is not good, and the prices are not far from this place. So I come back, but the best things here is the Amba-sauce and the Fries, the falafel is okeyish but in central Stockholm that is a good Falafel.

Falafel quality is about the same as what I got at Maoz in Amsterdam. But yeah, probably not worth the price to be honest.

Pros: Nice amba-sauce, Central

Cons: Expensive, Small portions

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Not much for your money and slow service. - Edit

Something so simple as falafel should not take a 20 minutes to prepare and cost as much as a full meal. You'll get better values elsewhere, and save some time as well.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-29

Pros: Good location (near Mariatorget)

Cons: Expensive, Slow service

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