Berlin is a paradise of many earthly pleasures, and food, of course, is one of them. In Berlin there is a very important Arabic community, and that reflects on its cuisine as well. Once you’ve tried the currywurst and the sauerkraut, the very next typical thing to try in the capital of Germany is the kebab and the falafel – and that is why we have prepared a short but practical list on where to find the best falafel in Berlin. Get ready for some yumminess!

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The best falafel in Berlin

If you like falafel, Berlin should be a mecca for you. Lebanese, Palestinian and Egyptian immigrants have created a whole paradise for the lovers of Arabic cuisine. Here are some of the best falafels in town!

  1. Mo’s Kleiner Imbiss: They call themselves the Kings of Falafel, and well, we don’t know if it’s there will be a falafel emperor or god over them… But we can’t deny they do know how to cook a delicious falafel. It’s located in Urbanstrasse 68. To eat on the go.
  2. Maroush: In this Lebanese restaurant you will find one of the yummiest falafels in Kreuzberg. Their kebab is also unforgettable and, like many places in Berlin, it’s also good for your pocket. It’s located in Adalbertstrasse 93.
  3. 1001 Falafel: A fan favourite, also located in Kreuzberg… And in Prenzlauer Berg, as you can find this falafel heaven in two different places in Berlin. Our recommendation is to eat it in a pita with their delicious tahini sauce. Located in Stargarderstrasse 73  and Oranienstrasse 196.

Nollendorfplatz: And we end our tour of the best falafel in Berlin with not one, not two, but three different and delicious options in one same place, the charming Nollendorfplatz of Schöneberg. There you will find Boussi Falafel, Baharat falafel and Habibi, three wonderful places where to eat your falafel on a dish or in a pita to go.


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Are you ready to try and compare all the best falafel in Berlin? Which one did you like the most? Do tell!

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