If you’re wondering why L'As du Fallafel, which surely someone recommended to you, isn’t on our first-timer's guide to Paris, it’s because we think Miznon is better. Plus, there’s rarely a long line, and at Miznon, you get to sit and eat your stuffed pita at a table with chairs with some really fun and loud music playing overhead. 

The three locations of this Israeli-run, all-day spot produce some of the best Levantine flavors in Paris on the warmest and fluffiest pita around. We’re partial to the chou farci (stuffed cabbage in red sauce), but the spicy fish, lamb kebab, and beef bourguignon are also worth the mess you’ll make while eating them. They recently added a falafel sandwich to the menu at the Marais location, but purists should know it’s in patty form. Also, plan accordingly: They’re closed from mid-afternoon Friday through sundown Saturday in observance of Shabbat.

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