FLFL Falafel and Hummus - Levantine Kitchen

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Skånegatan 87, Stockholm, Sweden, 116 35

Opened May, 2015, this large vegetarian restaurant is mostly vegan and offers Mediterranean food like falafel, shakshooka and hummus. Plenty of space to hold a party. Open Mon-Tue 11:00am-11:00pm, Wed-Sat 11:00am-1:00am, Sun 11:00am-11:00pm. Kitchen closes at 10pm Sun-Thur and at 11pm Fri-Sat.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

15 Reviews

First Review by kenvegan

Good cheap food - Edit

Fav place. Love the dish called baba.

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perfect falafel - Edit

It was after 9pm, we were hungry but not for a huge meal. FLFL was a perfect fit. We got the falafel plate and the cauliflower side. The falafel was one of the best we've had. Tahini was on point and the salads, especially the onion with sumac was delicious. Cauliflower was a nice addition.

The pita wasn't a standout and the harissa wasn't spicy, but the food was good and the service friendly. Nice place.

Pros: falafel is near perfect , onion sumac salad, good sides

Cons: harissa not spicy, closes at 9

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Hipster meet Falafel - Edit

Smack in the middle of the Hipster area, there is this Falafel place and the interior matches that. The confusion in how to order to sit outside also matches.

The falafel is not even close to the best in town but the prices are high, the amount of food is smal. The best thing at this place was the pickles.

I won't come back, I like not needing a second meal after paying that much

Pros: Clear what is vegan

Cons: Expensive

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Nice falafel and hummus - Edit

A bit pricy but it's Stockholm so...
Had hummus with falafel, should have ordered some side salad and it would be perfect

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9€ for a falafel pita?! - Edit

It's falafel. Street food. It's not supposed to be expensive, by design. Theirs is twice the price of the best falafel in the world. And, to be sure, this does not compare to the best falafel in the world. Pretty bland. Pickles average. Pita should be light and fluffy and warm, not dry and heavy. Falafel should be crispy and flavorful, not dense and dull.

Cons: Expensive, Bland

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Fancy falafel & cocktails - Edit

I had really tasty falafels with loads of salad and hummus in a fresh soft pitta with a 'milk man' cocktail (like a boozy vegan iced coffee). Various main dishes and interesting sides that you could order like tapas.

Pros: Outside seating on quiet street, Vegan options clearly marked, Swedish and English menu

Cons: Quite pricey

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great food and cocktails - Edit

We stayed nearby here and it was busy every night so we thought we'd try. Everything is veggie with lots of vegan options. The falafels are delicious and the pitta, sauces etc. were great too. They also have a fab cocktail list and lots of tables outside - good for people watching on a sunny evening.

Pros: great food, lots of outdoor space, nearby cool bars

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Of Style They're Full - But Could Improve the Falafel - Edit

A really cool and stylish place in a fashionable area and clearly very popular. So we'd definitely recommend coming here for falafel in a more unusual location. But as much as we wanted to agree with their sign that said 'best falafels in town', I'm afraid we couldn't bring ourselves to do so. The falafels were a bit dry and stodgy and weren't served quite hot enough. So if they're making their name on this one item then it would make sense to step them up a bit and so they had an entirely exceptional offer.

Pros: Cool venue, Good range of menu options

Cons: Falafels need improvement

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Good falafel - Edit

FLFL is down the street from the Goodstore, so we came for dinner after shopping. There's tables outside, but we chose to sit inside as it was getting a little chilly. There's plenty of space inside too. We ordered the roasted sweet potato to start with a wrap and falafel pita as mains. There's a salad and condiment bar too which was great. The wrap and pita were tasty and hit the spot. It would be awesome if they could be all vegan.

Pros: tasty falafel, large space

Cons: not all vegan

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Best falafel - Edit

I've enjoyed quite a few falafel wraps around Malmö and other places and I was taken by surprise to find the best plate of falafel in Stockholm. The falafel original comes on a big plate filled with hummus and cabbage among other things and your choice of dark och light pita bread. Also a great salad bar (the tahini with herbs was perfect) with an assortment of condiments. Very nice staff and the food is worth every cent you spend on it. Will go out of my way to be able to eat here again.
Updated from previous review on Monday May 02, 2016

Pros: Serves alcohol, Great staff, Salad bar

Cons: None

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A nice place! - Edit

A very nice place with a pleasant atmosphere and good food!

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get the falafel - Edit

Skip the other items. Get the falafel original with extra tahini from the salad bar and make you're vegan dreams come true.

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Instant favourite - Edit

I started liking this place from the minute I set foot inside. It's simple yet has great food, great prices, great ambience. And they serve alcohol. Can't ask for more, especially not in Stockholm.

Pros: Prices, Opening hours, Liquor license

Cons: Hyper-gentrified area

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A must go in the area - Edit

It was our first veg' restaurant in Stockholm and we enjoyed it a lot. The place has a big outdoor seating area with deckchairs and the inside is nicely decorated (industrial style). The menu consisted of sandwiches, pita bread and plate of hummus, guacamole, moutabal and other Lebanon specialties. You can take a free salad at the entrance when waiting for your dishes. Their hummus is really good, as well as their falafels. I also tried their homemade lemonade and I recommend it: it is well balanced between sugar and lemon. Even if the staff was a bit disorganised, the owner was friendly and smiling. They have three different vegan desserts but only one was available when in there. Portions are good but prices are maybe a bit high. However, I do recommend the place if you're in the area. And they are open until 11:00 pm which is great in Stockholm!

Pros: tasty food, nice atmosphere, friendly staff, open until 11 pm!

Cons: limited choice for desserts

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Superb Mediterranean/Israeli Food! - Edit

I was greeted when I walked into this restaurant with a sample of one of the best falafel balls I have ever had: perfectly spiced and salted, not greasy, and perfect!
The eggplant dish I ordered was also divine.

This moderately priced new Israeli/Mediterranean restaurant is, in my opinion, one of the best casual places to eat in Stockholm.

The owner of the restaurant really takes pride in all of the dishes served at this restaurant.

Pros: Awesome falafel, Great atmosphere

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