🧆 Meaning: An open pita bread with a delicious heap of round, deep-fried croquettes made from pasty chickpeas and/or fava beans. One of the balls in the heap is also cut in half, showing the green insides of the dish.
The 🧆 Falafel emoji signifies Middle Eastern cuisine. Although ‘falafel’ refers to the balls/patties or croquettes in the dish, many times it is interpreted along with the pita bread, as this combination is one of the commonest ways of serving this delicacy.
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How and When to Use the 🧆 Falafel Emoji
- For starters (puns intended), you can use 🧆 while sharing pictures and/or videos of falafels; a personal post for ‘trying falafel for the first time’ or even a repost of the ‘best falafel in town’, etc.
- Also, 🧆 can be used while generally speaking of Middle Eastern food, either as an informative post about an upcoming food festival or even a mouth-watering video of Middle Eastern street food, anything.
- On some platforms, 🧆 is designed without the pita. So, in such cases, this emoji can be used to refer to meatballs, keema balls, and other related dishes that compose of only croquettes.
- In contexts of “What’s cooking” or “What did you have for lunch”, you can send 🧆 if falafel was what was happening.
- 🧆 Felefel
- 🧆 Chickpea Croquette
- 🧆 Fava Bean Croquette
- 🧆 Meat Balls
- 🧆 Croquettes on Pita
- 🧆 Middle Eastern Cuisine