{  Kuumba du Falafel  }

Kuumba du Falafel
Kuumba du Falafel
Kuumba du Falafel
Kuumba du Falafel

I found a delicious falafel place! I’m not an expert on this style of food by any means but I really enjoyed it.

The restaurant has no signage and is in a random location, so you would never know what this place is from the outside. Kuumba du Falafel is a modern and cozy (only 8 counter seats) cafe with some really nice touches. I liked their ceramic white plates, choice of music, and the easy going atmosphere with lots of fresh veggies.

We ordered the ‘lunch special’ which includes a half falafel sandwich + lentil soup for 1000yen and the ‘full falafel sandwich’ for 1200yen. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but it was a significant difference in size. The half size is still pretty big and filling but since it’s a lot of veggies, if you are hungry, I would go for the full size. Everything was so good, including the lentil soup. I was impressed and I also overheard how yummy the falafel sandwiches were from other guests dinning there too ;) I will be coming back to try the falafel plate next time.

The counter space has lots of dried fruits and nuts which you can purchase to go as well.

Address // 23-1, Shinsencho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-6416-8396
Website // n/a


2 comments on “Kuumba du Falafel

  1. I came across your blog and I adore it! We will be visiting Japan in a month. It will be our son ( 22 months) first trip. We are looking forward to our trip, but we want to know if most of the places you have eatten at are kid- friendly or if you know of any places that are.


    Jean on
    • Thank you! If you could list a few places from my blog that you are interested in eating at, I would be happy to let you know if it’s baby/kid friendly or not. PS: This falafel place is counter seating only so I wouldn’t recommend it.

      maki on

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