Sunday, 10 September 2017

FilFil Cafe Gardner Street Brighton 6th September 2017

FilFil is a Middle Eastern cafe the inspiration of owner Amal, raised in the Middle East and who wanted to offer traditional falafel, to eat in a lively and sociable environment, or to takeaway.   Filfil is a term used as the singular for falafel and means chilli in Arabic and their falafels are freshly made each day.

I chose falafel wrap, chips and a bottle of water, available on a meal deal for the bargain price of £7.25 and even managed to bag a table outside in the sunshine.

This was the best falafel wrap I have eaten, with loads of crunchy salad, houmous, tahini dressing, crisp chips, it was spot on in every respect and made for a perfect lunch, after walking miles in the morning.

I had a brief chat with Amal (no relation to Mrs Clooney she sadly said) and you could tell her enthusiasm and pride for her business and the food they serve.   FilFil was packed on the day I visited, so obviously others agree with me, no surprise really, the food was that good.    Highly recommended on a visit to Brighton.

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