Shepherd’s Bush is something of a falafel haven and the market is the inner sanctum of crunchy chickpeas and saucy goodness. Falafel Hut certainly delivers on both of these. The little caf setup doesn’t pretend to value structural integrity in the slightest. Its pitas are heaving with gooey discs of melt-in-your-mouth aubergine, tahini, chilli, and garlic sauce, salad, and still-warm falafels to soak up all of the juices from its bedfellows. Ideally paired with a mint tea, this certified hot mess is a delicious £4 handful.
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