What's all this then? It's only the best deep-fried chickpea mush in town. Or, like you said, 'no dry cannonballs here!'
Pilpel, Various Locations
'That place has kinda ruined falafel for me – by setting the bar so high that if it's not Pilpel falafel, I don't want it!' Lara I via Facebook
Pita, Golders Green
'Ask for a blend of the green and the yellow falafel. Yum!' Dan C via Facebook
Honey & Co, Fitzrovia
'They make the falafel of the gods. Herby and delicious: no dry cannonballs here!' Jill P via www.timeout.com
Gaby's Deli, Charing Cross
'Still the original. Theirs is crunchy with a nice hint of garlic; and the tahini and houmous are lovely and creamy.' Peter K via Facebook
'The best I've tried so far – spicy, smoky and delicious! They come with a drizzle of tahini and it's Zengi's own special recipe.' Christabel S via Facebook
Le Chandelier, East Dulwich
'Without a doubt, the best falafel ever! I constantly beg them for the recipe.' Nathalie F via Facebook
Jerusalem Falafel, Soho
'It's got to be the falafel wraps from Jerusalem Falafel. They're incredible!' Stephanie I via Facebook
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