Mr Falafel does arguably the best falafel wrap in the city, and is also easily one of the best cheap, late-night eats spots in town. The falafel itself is perfect, and each wrap is packed with creamy hummus and pickled vegetables. The quality is very consistent – it’s still as good today as it was 10 years ago when we first tried it. Go for the classic falafel wrap, or get a deluxe version with cauliflower and crispy potatoes if you’re feeling loaded. There’s one with halloumi as well, for people who just REALLY LOVE halloumi. It’s a simple caff setup so don’t expect to linger, but do expect to leave happy.
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