Falafel King

Written by on May 6, 2013 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(falafelkingseattle.com) – Downtown Seattle, Washington

How I heard of this place: A walk along First Avenue, making one’s way around the Pike Place Market one cannot help but be enticed by the wafting smell of deep fried balls of falafel goodness.

Falafel King

Type of cuisine: Mediterranean fare at its best including everything from Spanakopita, Baba Ganuje and Hummous, Salads, Shawarma, Kabobs, Falafel and all the delicious sides you crave.

Ambiance: Reminiscent of walks through the falafel shops in Israel, this open-windowed shop, complete with indoor-outdoor barquette gives patrons the Middle Eastern experience not only through the setting, but also through its tasty food.

Falafel King Kitchen

What I ordered: Four falafel pieces ($0.75 each), gloriously set atop a bed of Romaine lettuce, topped with a drizzle of creamy tahini.

Falafel King Food

What I loved: Tahini drenched falafel balls. O.M.G.

Why I loved it: The perfect setting for a warm afternoon snack or bite with food quality and flavor taking one back to the small streets and alleyways of Haifa, Israel. Heaven.

Falafel King Patio

Cost: Low to average ($4.99 – $9.75 per entree)

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