You get a falafel at literally every corner of Berlin these days, still, a vendor doing it the delicate and fresh way is rather hard to find and I want to share one of my favorites: Mo’s Imbiss in Kreuzberg. The shop is super-small, orders are taken slowly and the menu is short offering various falafel, halloumi (even a vegan version!) and makali. But they’ve got all you need: fluffy falafel balls complemented with fresh salad and a paste made of various nuts as well as goat cheese.
By now located on inhospitable Urbanstraße, just across the street of an unremarkable 60s apartment building (but look at the roof terraces!), it’s really not more than a whole in the wall, but you’ll spot the charme when you got an eye for detail, like the meticulously hand-written menu or the slow assembling.