Updated: November 16, 2018
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5 Must Try Falafel Restaurants Around Tokyo!


Vegetarian or not, falafel sandwiches are simply the best! Come try these Middle-Eastern staples in Tokyo!

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This restaurant offers a clean eating organic vegetable buffet and it is actually quite filling and delicious for only ¥1,980. If you take the buffet with a dish, the buffet is ¥1,280. The vegetables and falafel sandwich is ¥1,680 and is so amazingly delicious. It is served with fresh, seasonal vegetables, falafel balls and hummus. Your palate will thank you and so will your waistline as it is as healthy as it is delicious!


This restaurant offers delicious Israeli cuisine. Ta-im in Ebisu, has the welcoming atmosphere of a tiny Japanese restaurant with the flare of Israel. Best of both worlds, right!
The food is great and authentic, as it was made by an Israeli chef. The chef is very welcoming and warm and offers a wide variety of great Israeli wine. The falafel lunch is ¥1,360. Give it a try!


Shamaim is an Israeli restaurant at Ekoda station which offers mouth-watering all-you-can-eat Israeli cuisine! The staff is super friendly and welcoming, and for only ¥2,400 (taxes included), you get a variety of Israeli dishes and you can order again whatever you like. We highly suggest this place!

Kuumba du Falafel

Kuumba du falafel specializes in- you guessed it- falafels! Their menu isn't super extensive, but it's all you'll ever want to eat.
You can get a falafel sandwich or plate with hummus as a side or lent soup.
The lunch set comes with half a falafel sandwich and a small lent soup.
Their falafel sandwiches are particularly colourful and delicious as they are jam-packed with vegetables!

Falafel Brothers

Falafel Brothers has two branches, one in Roppongi and one in Ebisu. Their falafels are addictively delicious and authentic. What is more is that's a vegan resto so anyone can enjoy their delicious falafels. First, you choose what kind of sandwich you want, then you choose from different vegetables and then you choose your topping and sauce. And voila! You have your delicious sandwich!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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