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30sr30s | Aug 27, 200802:17 PM     21

We were guided to eat a very good falafel in Montreal. Actually it was in Laval near boul Curé-Labelle on boul. perron. Right next to marché Adonis in Laval.

There's nothing like eating something fresh. "Just Falafel" could also be the name of this restaurant because that's all they serve. Typical lebanese Falafel is made from chick peas and beans and eaten all dressed (the works) with tomatoes, parsley, mint leaves, peppers, marinated cucumber, and taratore sauce or also called tahini sauce (sesame paste base).

We had 2 sandwich for under 5$. They have a few table outside but this place is a hole in the wall. There's no dining there.

We are yet to discover a better falafel sandwich than Freiha's. Let us know and we will talk about it.

hope it's okay to post like this since we can't put a direct link to our photo review. Is there a way to imbed the video here?

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