Mood rings offer convenient color-coded glimpses into our emotional state: red indicates stress, yellow suggests blinding rage, and green means rich in vitamins, cellulose, and fiber. Explore further vegetarian vibrancy with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $11 worth of casual Mediterranean fare at Falafill, located in Lakeview. This Groupon is valid for delivery and carryout orders.
Falafill is a quick-stop, healthy vegetarian eatery featuring a menu full of falafel-inspired Mediterranean delights. The extremely portable falafel sandwich stuffs four fresh falafel orbs into a white or whole-wheat pita that is garnished to your liking during a self-serve trip to the toppings bar ($4.95). Add a small fountain drink and fried potatoes and declare it a combo to passersby ($7.75). A falafel salad bowl gently lays six falafel balls to sleep on a bed of lettuce and allows items from the toppings bar to dance in their heads ($6.95, combo $9.50)—meal enhancement options at the toppings bar include tabouleh, chickpea salad, beet salad, cilantro chutney, tahini sauce, and pickled ginger. Add flavorful hummus or baba ghanoush to your creation for 50 cents. Sultry sides (add to combo 50 cents, side $2.75) such as fried sweet potatoes perform an elaborate tango of sweet and salty on your taste buds. and freshly squeezed apple, orange, and carrot juices ($3) help customers meet the daily hydration amounts required by Chicago law.
Falafill's mod storefront and its cozy, orange-stool-boasting interior go beyond your fast-dining assumptions. Assemble your meal in a flash and then dissect it slowly, or order online for delivery or carryout. Falafill is open until 2 a.m. every day to provide nourishment to night owls and confused morning chickens.
- If you thought healthy and flavorful were two words that didn't go together, think again. Falafill, Boystown's falafel stand-cum-salad bar, will offer tasty food that won't threaten your waistline – Amanda Nyren, Centerstage Chicago
- Wow, this place is a great idea. I never really know what to ask for at mediterranean restaurants, and the bar gives people like me a chance to stand, stare indecisively without worrying about being annoying, and ultimately try out a bunch of different flavors. – Lauren S., Yelp