That’s right, for some reason, November 16 is National Fast Food Day. And we’re here to say that you don’t have to stuff your face with a genetically engineered “meat-based” food product today. Instead, stuff your face with a delicious falafel, made from 100% identifiable ingredients. No one knows this better than the fine folks at Fadlan’s Falafel.
A Staple of the City
Conveniently located in the food court in the Transportation Center in downtown Boston, Fadlan’s has been serving delicious Middle Eastern cuisine for years. From mouth-watering shawarma to a juicy helping of kibbeh, you can always expect the best from this family-owned business. Don’t forget to try the falafel sandwich—it’s to die for! (Not literally. We can’t guarantee you’ll come back as an einherji.)
After all, what dish isn’t made 100% better by deep-frying?
Never tried halal food before? No worries! “Halal” just means that Fadlan’s offers meat dishes prepared according to Muslim guidelines. Unlike most other fast food joints, it also has plant-based menu items that are totally vegetarian-friendly. Did you know that falafel is balls of ground chickpeas cooked in hot oil? Makes sense. After all, what dish isn’t made 100% better by deep-frying?
Rave Reviews Across the Nine Realms
Whether you’re a human, an elf, a Valkyrie, or even a Frost Giant, Fadlan’s has received critical acclaim from every branch of the World Tree. We hear a certain son of Frey eats there practically every day. And that’s not the only connection Fadlan’s has to Valhalla.
Customer Service Comes First
After a trip across the Rainbow Bridge, the current employee of the month, Amir, was granted the gift of Clear Sight. That’s why Fadlan’s is the only fast-food place in all of Boston to happily serve all peoples from beyond the Mist. Not only can Amir see all manner of gods and monsters, he can also predict the lunch special you crave.
A Pillar of the Community
Blessed with great success and loyal fans, the Fadlan family goes above and beyond when it comes to feeding the needy. In fact, Fadlan’s has developed a reputation among Boston’s homeless for regularly giving out sandwiches free of charge. Because, just like a nice serving of stuffed grape leaves, we’re all better when we stick together.