There pretty much a solid tasteless dry mass...nothing like those you'd get in a decent cafe/restaurant
These were very tasty and not dry
plain but pleasantly tasty
These are so tasty! They are plain in flavour, but that tasty and yummy type of plain, not boring - just very pleasant and moreish. These are ready to eat but can also be frozen - I love how they put instructions on how to heat them from fresh or cook them from frozen if you do freeze them. Having cooked them from frozen, I prefer them fresh and I am yet. I will certainly buy again!
Gorgeous and so very tasty, didn't last very long
Gorgeous and so very tasty, didn't last very long once opened. Lovely as a filling for pittas with minty yogurt, chillies and salad.
Really tasty and a fantastic texture. Most falafels are really dry but these are sooooo good. 10 seconds in the microwave makes them taste even better
Try these as a quick side dish with dip
Love these heated up, great in a pitta bread with salad, olives, feta cheese and red onion
heads up_ CONTAINS WHEAT
I realise they dont claim otherwise but The majority of felafels, and certainly if an authentic recipe, would be wheat free. These CONTAIN WHEAT which is no use if avoiding GLUTEN. Bought because I assumed, like the other felefels available, they would be wheat free; fortunately I did check before eating them.
Not Authentic But Very Tasty
Although I agree with a previous reviewer that these are not true falafel, they are very tasty and much better than Tesco's brand. Plenty of flavour if a bit too much salt, but I couldn't find any better elsewhere outside of a restaurant. They go very well with Tesco tzatziki and Deli Kitchen Greek flatbread. Please don't ever stop stocking these!
These are cake balls, not falafel. Ugh.
Disgusting. More like cake balls than falafel. These lack any semblance of texture, and taste frankly sweet. This is supposed to be a savoury dish. Much prefer the Tesco falafels, which also have better ingredients.