Vegan Berlin

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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby JP » Tue Apr 10, 2012 1:14 pm

JP wrote:Sinabad looks awesome too, specifically labelled vegan dishes and nice falafel meals, not just sandwiches. They are next on my list.


we have a winner. one of the best falafels i have eaten - and trust me, i have eaten A LOT :D
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby baldy » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:42 pm

JP wrote:
JP wrote:Sinabad looks awesome too, specifically labelled vegan dishes and nice falafel meals, not just sandwiches. They are next on my list.


we have a winner. one of the best falafels i have eaten - and trust me, i have eaten A LOT :D

Should start a thread on what makes a falafel a winning falafel, cos I think the falafel I get in London, with deep fried cauliflower, aubergine and chopped up mint is pretty spectacular.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby israel » Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:02 pm

After eating lots of falfels i think what makes a falafel taste good to me is to to make it intersting - so :

a very nice thing is a free salad take - they give you a pita with humus and falfels and you can add whatever you want

and than the more salds they got the better - i think that even falfel places with bad falfels can taste good if they have good saldes - and if they have a big variety than the salds can taste bad also
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