Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

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Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by potty » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:36 pm

does anyone know where in siem reap the "mother earth fallafel humus and what not" is ?

its in the "pocked gu!de" mentioned (pg 84), but not on the map and i cant find and nobody knows it....
a typical israeli booth, it seems... they are always a challenge to find...
its supposed to be on sivatha ROAD A07...

tia

the shockingly expensive hard rock cafe is called in the pocket guide "hard road cafe"...
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by Soi Dog » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:45 pm

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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by Duncan » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:48 pm

potty wrote:does anyone know where in siem reap the "mother earth fallafel humus and what not" is ?

its in the "pocked gu!de" mentioned (pg 84), but not on the map and i cant find and nobody knows it....

a typical israeli booth, it seems... they are always a challenge to find...

its supposed to be on sivatha ROAD A07...

tia

the shockingly expensive hard rock cafe is called in the pocket guide "hard road cafe"...
:ROFL:

No-one's going to tell you where it is when there is a war going on. I have sent a e/mail to MOSSAD and they will be checking you out.
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by potty » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:51 pm

https://www.google.com/maps/place/falaf ... 1ed07ad4e1

have found it, runs unter "falafel humus restaurant"

its left hand side, when walking out of the city
between street 5 and oum khun street
must be near cafe indochine and nest.

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would bet, they have already checked me out :popcorn:


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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by potty » Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:37 pm

all left is then the mezze in street 11, upstairs, opens 6pm - for falafel, shawarma and things.

http://www.tripadvisor.de/Restaurant_Re ... vince.html

http://www.mezzesiemreap.com/

there is a link regarding the shisha-bar-closings on the website
“Shisha is not being banned related to a prohibition [on smoking], but it was brought for testing and it was found that it had a high-level of drug substance,” the prime minister said in a speech closing a tourism convention at Koh Pich’s City Hall.

“If looked at closely, this shisha is opium but it’s just [consumed] differently with the use of a tube. In the old days, [opium] was put in a bamboo tube with a cover and people absorb it together,” he said.
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/archives/h ... ely-53390/

...sounds a bit surreal... :shock:
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by potty » Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:46 pm

i dont think anyone ever even tried to smoke opium in a hookah.
never.
not in all those hundreds of years, and not anywhere in the near, middle nor far east. also not in camobida.
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by OrangeDragon » Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:54 pm

Yeah, their "testing" was probably "this is sticky, like fresh opium... must be opium".

That would be a terrible way to smoke opium.

PS: I'm splitting this off as it's own topic in a relevant section.
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by flying chicken » Sat Aug 02, 2014 6:50 am

If you are looking for a good felafel, there's a place call Mezza (sp) bar 10 meters walk down from Pub street, it is on the 2 floor past CAB bank, the owner is Labonese-Swed...they also have Arabic exotic dance starts at 8pm daily, drinks are expensive though but the place is the coziest place in town I reckon.
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Re: Mother earth falafel in siem reap?

Post by flying chicken » Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:02 pm

potty wrote:

the shockingly expensive hard rock cafe is called in the pocket guide "hard road cafe"...
:ROFL:

Haha, thats a good one. Who in the right mind would pay 15 bucks for a glass of beer (but you get to take the glass home).
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