This Marais institution offers, without a doubt, the best falafel in Paris. And they’re kosher too. True, falafel joints are scarce in this city, but that doesn’t take away from the excellence of these overstuffed beauties, brimming with cucumbers, pickled turnips, shredded cabbage, tahini, fried eggplant, and those crispy balls of fried chickpeas and spices. Other arrangements of similar ingredients sans pita can be found in the assiettes (platters). Wash it down with an Israeli beer. Service is fast and furious, but basically friendly—just be prepared to deal with hordes of tourists and locals at lunch.