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Any good Falafels in Mississauga?

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Any good Falafels in Mississauga?

Just wondering if there are any restaurants or stores with good falafels.

Just want to keep a small list in case I ever want one. Haven't had any good ones for a while, the best were in Toronto.


Thanks. :)
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I'm not too sure about the name of the place.."Pita Nazi"..i think... :confused: ..but yeah..on Mississauga Road..
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There is "Pita Hut" on Dundas (within one block west of Hurontario)...and thier hot sauce is amazing.
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canadian trader wrote:I'm not too sure about the name of the place.."Pita Nazi"..i think... :confused: ..but yeah..on Mississauga Road..
"No pita for you!"
http://www.pitanutsy.com/
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There's also Villa Madina in the Square One food court.

You could head up to Falafel Garden in Brampton, too... 90 Kennedy Rd. S not too far north of Steeles, so it may even be closer to you than some of the places in parts of Mississauga.
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screw a pita, go check out the FIRE PIT at Britannia & Hurontario and get yourself a nice souvlaki dinner
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Best Shawrma / Pita is on Eglinton
Place is called "Pita and grill". Prices are reasonable, but you get xtremely good food!

Its about 1 signal west of Dixie on Eglinton. Yellow sign. Decent place to eat, just don't go noon-ish (packed!). Halal for those, that care :)

You can also goto Aladdin (On HWY10/1 light north of Dundas). Its a resturant, decent food but you have burps throughout the day with their food (and more oily compared to other place).
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Pita Nutsy in Mississauga is at Royal Windsor and Ford Dr. There's one in Oakville at Trafalgar and Dundas (south of that actually, on Trafalgar).
Also, Tarboosh at Confederation and Dundas.
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Falafel Garden. East side of Kennedy Rd. north of Steeles in Brampton. Yeah, I know, off the beaten track for you, but a decent place if you ever get up that way.
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how about make your own falafel :lol:
wanted wrote:Oh, silly me ! :lol:
Forgot to mention a price. :razz:

Being a true RFD member, which ones are <1.99?
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I think Alladdin at Eglinton and Tomken, Mississauga may have Falafels.

They sure have very good Shawarmas there.
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The only place I remember with falafels that cheap is Ali baba in Toronto. I used to get them from the Dundas W location (on Tuesdays I think) 2 for $3.99. There was a place at York University with really cheap falalfel and other pitas (almost anything you could put in a pita they had).

Off topic a bit, but I was first introduced to falafel and shawarma in Ottawa, where I usually got shawarma combos which included a pop and some of the best garlic potatoes I've ever had for about $5. Why do none of the places in the GTA seem to serve these potatoes or offer these combos? I also found most of the places in Ottawa gave you more fillings in your shawarma or falafel sandwich, without charging extra for them.
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Manda wrote:Off topic a bit, but I was first introduced to falafel and shawarma in Ottawa, where I usually got shawarma combos which included a pop and some of the best garlic potatoes I've ever had for about $5. Why do none of the places in the GTA seem to serve these potatoes or offer these combos?
You can get that combo at Villa Madina in Square One...but it's not that cheap.
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Seconding Nick's famous pitas.

p.s. don't order a dinner plate unless you're really hungry or have someone to split it with.
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PrinceMS wrote: Best Shawrma / Pita is on Eglinton
Place is called "Pita and grill". Prices are reasonable, but you get xtremely good food!

Its about 1 signal west of Dixie on Eglinton. Yellow sign. Decent place to eat, just don't go noon-ish (packed!). Halal for those, that care :)

You can also goto Aladdin (On HWY10/1 light north of Dundas). Its a resturant, decent food but you have burps throughout the day with their food (and more oily compared to other place).
Pita and grill gets my vote.
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wanted wrote: Just wondering if there are any restaurants or stores with good falafels.

Just want to keep a small list in case I ever want one. Haven't had any good ones for a while, the best were in Toronto.


Thanks. :)
Very nice place, flafel and showarma is the best!!!!!!
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problem wrote: Very nice place, flafel and showarma is the best!!!!!!
These things are popping up everywhere now.. they're ok, not great
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duckdown wrote: These things are popping up everywhere now.. they're ok, not great
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