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Falafel fans need to visit family-run vegan takeaway chain Go Falafel this Veganuary

Read Time:   |  6th January 2020

Looking for tasty options this Veganuary, well how does this sound? Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, smothered in hummus, tahini, wrapped in a warm pitta bread or served on a bed of colourful salads and washed down with a refreshing juice or smoothie.

Go Falafel is a family-run vegan take away chain that specialises in serving falafel as a wrap, salad box, or on its own and offers a wide selection of fresh juices and smoothies. The restaurant doesn’t cut corners when it comes to their food. Their flavoursome falafel mixture is based on a traditional Middle Eastern recipe that dates back generations and is made fresh on the day along with their salads, juices and smoothies.

The restaurant aims to encompass the authenticity and strong flavours of Middle Eastern cuisine with Richard Carver, Chef from Honest Crust, saying “It’s not just a bang-average supermarket sandwich. It feels authentic.”

They currently have four branches, three in Manchester (Piccadilly, Deansgate and Rusholme) as well as their most recent success in the heart of Liverpool (Liverpool 1). The company’s director has expressed high hopes for the future, with plans to expand across the UK, because everyone deserves a chance to experience a well-made falafel.

Their opening times can be found on their website and if you’d prefer to indulge in their food from the comfort of your own home, Go Falafel also offers home delivery at selected restaurants on Uber Eats, Just Eat and Deliveroo.

This month they will be collaborating with local restaurants to bring you exciting vegan options, so keep your eyes peeled! Pop down to one of their branches this Veganuary and we promise you won’t regret it, with one customer even saying, “If heaven exists, they definitely serve Go Falafel food there!”

Follow @GoFalafel on Instagram to check out some of the delicious dishes on offer.

This article was sponsored by Go Falafel. 

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