Some call it meze, some call it tapas, we just say "come with a big group and share some small plates and good wine". Or come alone and make a meal out of several mouth-watering delights. Just make sure you mix it up and try some different appetizers...order hummus, baba ganoush, quinoa salad, falafel, Israeli salad and an entree or two!
Or just drop by for Italian coffee and scrumptious fresh baked goods...homemade apple dumpling, nutella almond crepe or the coconut crème brûlée?! Have you tried Shakshuka? It's on our weekend brunch menu! Give us a call today for daily specials.
Falafel Bistro & Wine Bar is also dedicated to creating a superb dining experience off-site. We can help you plan the perfect event with custom menu selections. Falafel Bistro & Wine Bar offers various options for all types of events and can accommodate groups of all sizes. Please call or email us today to discuss your catering needs.
Everybody's talking. Sure, we think Falafel Bistro & Wine Bar offers the freshest, most authentic and exciting Mediterranean cuisine, but you don't have to take our word for it. Take a few moments to read what others have to say. And feel free to email us your comments, suggestions, praises and complaints.
"...the falafel happens to be one of best I have ever eaten. With their home made hummus (chick peas crushed into a paste) and Baba Ghanouj (eggplant combined with tahina, oil and lemon) these mouth watering dishes leave you wanting to come back for more. As well, you will love their Bourikas a flaky cheese puff which melts in your mouth! Don't forget to try the Jachnoon, a Yemenite breakfast rolled pancake pastry dish that you will not find in any restaurant on this side of the planet." » read more
"Don’t let the handful of tables and limited counter space at Falafel Bistro fool you. What the intimate Mediterranean restaurant in northwest Broward County lacks in seating it more than makes up for in scope, drawing from a variety of global influences to create an enlightened menu of kosher, health-conscious salads, soups, sandwiches, pastries and more." » read more
"In Israel, people came from all over the world," Ilan Cohen says. "So they brought their customs and flavors and kitchen dishes from Europe, from Morocco, from Greece. My father is from Syria, and my mother comes from Yugoslavia, with some Greek background. When I was growing up, we had tons of flavors in the house." » read more