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Falafel
Posted February 3rd, 2012 - 2:33 pm by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
Hola chicos!!!

Alguno sabe dónde puedo ir a comer falafel que esté bien hecho y a un precio normal?????
Sé prepararlo pero tengo fiaca y estoy tentada!!

Gracias!!

Posted February 3rd, 2012 - 11:36 pm from Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 2:18 am by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
Falafel y shwarma en calle Tucumán a media cuadra de pueyrredón (o era 1 y 1/2?) hacia centro, de lunes a viernes desde medio día hasta las 16hs + -, pleno 11, van a comer los que laburan en los locales de la zona. Nada for export.

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Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 2:18 am by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
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Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 7:59 pm from Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 10:48 pm by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
El restoran Sarquis es un antiguo clásico y caro. Creo que estuve hace 25 años. El cole armenio, también hay otro en Belgrano que se llama Mekitarista, funciona los viernes a la noche y tienen siempre algún número vivo. Suele ser uno de alumnos bastante bien y otro más profesional. Está en la calle Virrey del Pino frente al club Belgrano no se cuanto. A media cuadra de Superi. Hay muy buena onda en estos lugares y no por ser realizado por padres y alumnos, la calidad es descuidada. Al contrario.
La comida es la oriental (es lo mismo en toda la región de medio oriente) Falafel no recuerdo que tuvieran. Para ello me remito al post anterior.

Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 11:03 pm by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
There's also an Arabic restaurant in San Telmo that serves falafel and humus :) I don't remember the name, but it is in Humberto Primo, between Bolívar and Perú i think. I went there about a year ago -and of course it is not like the real deal in Israel- but it was definitely tasty!

Posted February 23rd, 2012 - 11:22 pm from Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Posted February 24th, 2012 - 7:49 pm by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
Yo voy al Jalil de tanto en tanto cuando estoy por la zona, en la semana. Es ideal para comer rápido y la comida es rica. Lo que advierto para quien pueda sentirse incómodo: es que se come en mesada de fórmica con banquetas altas. El muchacho que te da la comida, sale cada tanto de su bunker mostrador, cuando las mesas desbordan de restos dejados por los comensales para darles una arrastrada limpiadora.
Además de falafel y shwarma, hay lajmashin abierto y cerrado y otras cosas típicas más. También tienen los típicos dulces orientales para postre. Esos con masa fila espolvoreados con inpalpable.

Posted February 24th, 2012 - 11:08 pm by from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Permalink)
Yo tambien me sumo! arreglemos para un domingo...

Posted February 27th, 2012 - 6:21 am from Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Posted February 27th, 2012 - 5:01 pm from Buenos Aires, Argentina
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