Fafa's

1 Monmouth Street, Seven Dials, London

Break your lunchtime rut

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Address:1 Monmouth Street
Seven Dials
London
WC2H 9DA
Map:Map & nearby
Cuisine:Middle Eastern
Region:Seven Dials
Nearest Station:Leicester Square
Telephone:
About: With 40 sites across three countries, Finnish favourite Fafa’s, offers Middle-Eastern street food to Londoners. Now open in Seven Dials, all-day options include the freshest, highest quality ingredients to create dishes inspired by the flavours of Tel Aviv. Freshly filled pittas, magnificent mezze and vibrant salads are on offer from lunch until late, with exciting flavour combinations such as grilled shrimp with harissa and tzatziki, and slow cooked short rib with harissa and beetroot exclusive to London.

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"Break your lunchtime rut"

Review Rating: 7 / 10
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It’s all too easy to get stuck in a lunchtime rut, particularly when you have approximately 10 minutes each day to get some fresh air, locate food [i]and[/i] consume it… I for one have probably sampled everything on the Pret menu a dozen times over and I have to say the discovery of a new lunch spot is enough to leave me jumping for joy.

Which is why I couldn’t wait to try Seven Dials’ new Fafa’s, a Finnish chain that launched its first site in London this summer offering delicious fresh pitas, wraps and salads. Ingredients are fresh and of the highest quality, falafels are crisp and moist and the menu has enough delicious dishes to offer a good few weeks of new lunch discoveries.

I plumped for the Fafa’s burger pita, delicately spiced lamb, juicy and succulent, with a hearty helping of chunky salad. Harissa sauce gave it a satisfying flavour kick and the gluten free wrap wasn’t too heavy - nothing worse than a post-prandial carb coma… A side of halloumi fries were crispy and gorgeously gooey, with a tangy tzatziki dip. I might have only tried two of the dishes on the menu (oh, and a couple of free samples of falafel…) but damn, they were good. With such wholesome tasty grub around the corner, my days courting Pret are numbered.



Laurel reviewed Fafa's on Mon 09 Dec 2019

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