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A SUNDAY TRADITION L’As du Fallafel Since 1979, this restaurant has attracted crowds on the pedestrian rue des Rosiers, which runs through the capital’s Jewish quarter. The famous pita sandwiches here are stuffed with fried falafel balls, tender eggplant, and hummus. While there is a dining room inside, most people join the line (don’t worry – it moves fast!) and take them to go. The nearby Jardin Joseph Migneret or Square Victor Langlois offer benches where you can sit and enjoy.