Neukölln is a dynamic and diverse neighbourhood in Berlin – an epicentre of culture, art and great food. It’s also home to a vibrant Turkish community, whose strong roots in the neighbourhood have given the area some of the best Middle Eastern joints in the city. From African to Lebanese and Turkish influences, these places offer crunchy, fragrant and tasty falafel, prepared in a range of traditional dishes. Here are the best falafel restaurants in Neukölln.
Falafel Jakoub is located on the trendy, lively street Weserstraße and is one of the most tempting falafel restaurants in the city. Serving up crunchy, perfectly seasoned falafel, paired with perfectly roasted vegetables, mouth-watering hummus, creamy tahini and fresh salad on mixed plates or in a pita bread. Catering to a range of dietary needs, it’s a must try in Neukölln.
Located on the bustling boulevard of Sonnenallee, Azzam is a tasty Lebanese joint with authentic flavours and a variety of traditional dishes. Known for its hummus, made fresh all day, this fast food spot also has some of the tastiest falafel in the city, with a crunchy sesame-speckled flavour.
Traditional spices, fresh produce and centuries-old recipes make Yücel Kebab Restaurant a true Neukölln gem. For over a decade this joint has been serving up some of the finest Turkish cuisine in the city, while their menu favours meat and mixed grill plates, they also serve some über-authentic and succulent falafel.
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