Best Falafels In Baltimore

June 24, 2011 7:51 AM

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(credit: Hazem Bader/Getty Images)

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Falafels are ground chickpeas and fava beans with tahini sauce, parsley and tomatoes.  Several places in Baltimore serve excellent falafels.
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Babas Mediterranean Kitchen

745 E. Fort Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 742-PITA (7482)

Enjoy falafels as a plate, appetizer medley (both for $4.50) or as a pizza for $7.  Babas Mediterranean Kitchen is sure to please your tastebuds with falafels, grape leaves and kabobs.  Save room for baklava!  Babas Mediterranean Kitchen also caters.

cypriana Best Falafels In Baltimore



120 E. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-837-PITA (7482)

Cypriana offers falafels by themselves or as part of a tasty Mediterrean sampler, which also includes chicken, steak, lamb, hummus, pita bread and salad. You can eat in or carry out.  Cypriana also caters.  Falafels are $6.90.  The sampler is $14.95.

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Kali’s Mezze

1606 Thames Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
(410) 563-7600

You can enjoy a falafel for $6.95.  Other dishes include grape leaves, baba ghanoush and beef moussaka.  Make sure to save room for dessert, which includes choices from ice cream to baklava to baked custard.  Come to Kali’s Mezze with an appetite!

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Lebanese Taverna

719 S. President Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 244-5533

Lebanese Taverna sells falafels as part of a sandwich platter for $11.50.  You can also enjoy other dishes, such as hummus, grape leaves and shawarma.  They have a happy hour special where you can choose three items for $12, so enjoy falafels and cocktails after work.

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Red Maple

930 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 547-0149

Red Maple serves falafels during happy hour.  You can enjoy a quinoa falafel with red pepper miso sauce for $3.  For another $3, you can have a mojito.  As part of their late night menu, enjoy a wild mushroom falafel with toasted pita points.

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  • Jean

    I was told Cypriana’s Baltimore Street location closed 09.24.2010.

  • Doug

    What is that,they are serving at the Red Maple ??
    Looks like B.M. Balls sprinkled with maggits

  • J

    Shiraz on Charles St., and shapiro’s on Preston are superior to any one of these places. More authentic, better tasting and cheaper too.

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