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Falafel Laila

60 Kehua Bei Lu (south side of SOHO Bldg.), Chengdu


RUNNER UP - "Best Newcomer" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2011

  • Lucky lucy
    January 17, 2012
    How much are the sandwiches there?
    and How much per person spent there in general?

    I'd like to try some middle eastern food.
    And i have 2 friends from Israel. I wanna take them there.
  • 白蝴蝶
    November 10, 2011
    I have no a single complaint:the falafel is very good and price is fair,also the chocolate mousse is worth to try!!
    I go there once or twice a week,since the falafel kiosk is there,my life in Chengdu has been definitely changed!
  • Euni_9
    November 6, 2011
    I've had my fair share of falafel back in the States, and none compares to the falafel sandwiches at falafel laila. It's a little pricey for what you get, but what you get is delicious and I never regret it. I'm usually still hungry after a falafel sandwich (not very filling), so I usually get a small potato laila as well— very oily and piled with ketchup. They're better than fries! I think the money is definitely worth it to get something so different and foreign as great falafel in Chengdu. Whowouldathunk?
  • misubi
    October 24, 2011
    Good falafel patties. Veggies were fine. They did use Sichuanese Guo Kui for the bun which is a bit dicey. Price was 14 Kuai for one which I think is high for an all vegetarian item. More value please.

    I asked a local man eating his falafel with intense analysis what he thought of it. He politely said it was different than local food.

    Looking forward to trying their chicken sandwich. Overall I would definitely eat it again.
  • shi enbo
    October 22, 2011
    pretty lame considering the rave reviews
  • clayuk
    October 13, 2011
    They best snack in town.
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