On another walk, I went to the 4th borough in la Rue des Rosiers, so to try the best falafels. Because it is said that there is a falafel war between all the shops selling falafels in this street, and God knows there is plenty of them, it seems to be the best spot to grab some falafels.
Arriving in front of the shop called l’As du falafel, I followed my instinct, or stomach and started to wait in the front, with the staff trying to attract as may customers as possible in the street to their own shop, a funny atmosphere. My veggie pita bread with falafels was delicious, probably one of the best I had.
La rue des Rosiers is very busy during week-ends but more quiet in the week days, but still many people are coming there, with all the same little yellow tissue wrapping their pita, the sign of the shop l’As du falafel.
To enjoy my pita in a quiet place, I had spotted on a map a small public garden nearby, it was a wonderful green space, sunny and with some wood chairs and a building on the back, I guess for administration. I think this park was quite unknown because the few people I saw there while I was sitting on the grass were all saying how curious this place was, and how they would have know it before.
I stayed there reading and eating my pita, I started Garance Doré’s book, Love, Style, Live, this french blogger living in New-York. I liked it even if the world she describes, fashion and catwalks are not really my thing and my interest, but her experience and advices are full of positivism and are inspiring !
Did you know the rue des Rosiers already ? Where is your favorite place to eat falafels in Paris ?