We tried out Falafel Farm.
Dubai has no shortage of falafel joints dotted around the city. A popular street food, it must be non-greasy, crispy on the outside, moist inside and properly seasoned for it to be pure perfection.
Our friends on Jumeirah Beach Road tipped us off about the latest eatery in their hood, dedicated to all things Falafel. Of course, tired of being disappointed by mediocre versions, we were eager to check it out.
We loved the cozy Instagram-worthy décor, filled with plants and pickles as accessories. A casual dining spot, the concept is simple. You can either pick from their menu or then build your own falafel box with options of open pita, pita wrap, salad box or quinoa box, a variety of falafels (classic, spicy or Egyptian), top it off with a choice of spread (hummus, red pepper, labneh, smoked garlic hummus or mutabal) and then pick your own toppings and herbs.
For our first visit we went for the classic order of 12 falafel balls (10 AED) and a side of smoked garlic (10 AED) hummus. The crispy balls were filled with flavor and we scooped them up with a side of harissa and hummus.
Falafel Farm is the place to go if you want to get a falafel fix in Dubai.
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