11 Stores where you can get delicious falafel with pleasure hamburg

The 11 best cafés in Hamburg for breakfast

Falafel fought its way out of the fleshy shade of the kebab years ago and is no less present in our city than its big brother. To say that falafel tastes the same everywhere is a fallacy, especially in Hamburg. Almost every falafel shop to be found here has its own individual recipe.

We have put together eleven of our favorite falafel shops where you can best satisfy your craving for fried chickpeas.

© Andreas Baur Treat yourself to falafel Kimo at Kimo Falafel

We are big fans of Kimo, if only because of his Falafel Kimo. Freshly fried falafel are combined with "a bit of everything": Beans, beetroot, hummus and somehow everything that a good vegetable patch has to offer. Halloumi and Shawarma are also offered, if you eat completely free of animal products, you will also find it here. Would you like a kebab? Of course there are also meatballs on bread. If you’re really short on cash, you’ll get one here "Falafel Classic" for a really strong € 2.50.

  • Kimo
  • Schanzenstrasse 111, 20357 Hamburg
  • Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 12.30 a.m., Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 5.30 a.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.
  • Falafel: € 2.50
  • More info

© Sandy Richter Better than eating in the cafeteria in the falafel house

Many restaurants around the University Quarter on the Grindel are simply too expensive to be a real alternative to the refectories. The Falafel House closes this gap and has been offering the students of the University of Hamburg a choice for years with the sensational 3.00 €.

  • Falafel house
  • Grindelallee 44, 20146 Hamburg
  • Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., Sunday: 1 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.00
  • More info

© Mariam Pourseifi Kebab and more at Limon

The Winterhudes grill restaurant has been the Limon on the corner of Mühlenkamp and Gertigstraße for ten years now. The quality of the food has adapted to the district and is one of the tastiest things you can conjure up from kebab. The restaurant offers a lot of space inside and has everything on the menu that you would expect to find in a Turkish barbecue: falafel, skewers, wraps and more. What is also pleasantly surprising is the freshly colored side salad and the allergen list on the menu , So if you want to dress up an unrivaled top kebab, you should definitely remember the limon.

  • Limon
  • Mühlenkamp 18, 22303 Hamburg
  • Monday – Sunday: 10: 45-22: 45 a.m.
  • Prices approx .: 3-8 €

© Sandy Richter Delicious falafel at Salman snack bar

Not far from the Spritzenplatz in Ottensen, the Salman snack bar is a wonderful place to go when it comes to really tasty falafel. The shop is incredibly small, but the quality and taste are all the greater. You get the portion due to the limited space on the hand and explores the beautiful corners of Ottensen.

  • Salman snack
  • Ottenser Hauptstrasse, 22765 Hamburg
  • Monday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 1 a.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.90

© Sandy Richter Really good falafel in the middle of the jump at Falafelstern

Not to mention the delicious falafel, the falafel star in the immediate vicinity of the Sternschanze S-Bahn station offers more than just a quick snack: Both more than ambitious shawarma in bread, as well as kebab made from meatballs are not just snacks -Friend friends, but also sympathizers of Lebanese cuisine.

  • Falafelstern
  • Schanzenstrasse 111, 20357 Hamburg
  • Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 12 a.m., Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 3 a.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.00
  • More info

© Marie Darmstadt Falafel eat at Azeitona

“Hamburg’s best falafel is here.” You often hear this sentence when it comes to Azeitona. A bit away from the hustle and bustle of the hill, you can sit outside comfortably and relaxed. Inside, too, there are sitting areas on which pillows decorated with mandalas lie, for relaxing meals. And the food? It actually tastes damn good! Each falafel can be put together – from extra sheep’s cheese to roasted eggplant to the falafel balls.

  • Azeitona
  • Beckstr. 17, Hamburg
  • Sunday – Thursday: 12: 00-23: 00 p.m., Friday – Saturday: 12: 00-2: 00 p.m.
  • More info

© Sandy Richter Maximum good falafel at Maxi Falafel

The location of the shop makes it the perfect falafel path: located directly at the Sternbrücke, Maxi Falafel is the ideal starting point for anyone walking along Stresemannstrasse to prepare for the upcoming evening. The shop is right at the bus stop in the direction of Altona and is in no way inferior to Kimo on Schanzenstraße. If you don’t like that, you can even switch to burgers and currywurst.

  • Maxi falafel
  • Max-Brauer-Allee 215, 22765 Hamburg
  • Monday – Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m., Friday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.00
  • More info

© Sandy Richter Traditional Lebanese cuisine at Boussi Falafel

If you suddenly get hungry for falafel while shopping, you should stop by Boussi Falafel. The snack bar is available in the Altonaer Mercado and in the Europa Passage. Whether the classic falafel or the Boussi Supreme with hummus and halloumi – everything is brimming with authentic, fresh falafel taste. The shopping tour can then continue with a full stomach.

  • Boussi falafel
  • Ottenser Hauptstrasse 10
  • Monday – Wednesday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., Thursday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.50
  • More info

© Andreas Baur Döner eat at Mr. Kebab

In addition to great falafel and the obligatory doner kebab, Mr. Kebab also has great zucchini buffets and a lunch table that will satisfy every palate. When the weather is good, you can sit on the street with kebab and beer.

  • Mr. Kebab
  • At the Green Hunter 1, Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday: 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday: 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

© Sandy Richter Oriental specialties at the Falafel Factory

The Falafel Factory believes that freshness is the best recipe that you can taste in each of the delicious dishes. Oriental delicacies are available here for vegetarians and those who are not. Right next to the S-Bahn Sternschanze is the small snack bar, which offers enough space for you and your friends during the day – in the evening it could get crowded.

  • Falafel Factory
  • Schanzenstr. 101 20357 Hamburg
  • Monday – Sunday: 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.
  • Falafel: € 3.00
  • More info

© iponky via Shutterstock Collect points for the kebab card at Döner Queen

At Döner Queen there is delicious food and that from very nice and courteous staff. The vegetable doner and the whole grain doner are recommended. Here the kebab menu (buy ten kebabs, the eleventh free) is quickly full! In addition: you can top up your own tea, and it’s free! Anyone longing for a great, homemade falafel is also well served here in Jarrestrasse.

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