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Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2011
I make it a point to stop here every time I am in Chicago.
Posted by Kevin on 04/15/2011
This place and Sinbads are tied for second place for falafel...first of course is Pita INN!
Posted by Marty on 03/13/2010
Sultan's Market has been around a long time, gradually evolving from a grocery with food to a restaurant with limited retail groceries. Best felafel sandwich in Chicago. Make sure you order it with Jerusalem Salad AND Taboule and at least some hot sauce for kick. You can spend $10 here, but most people couldn't eat what ten bucks would buy. The value is great. Long time Bucktown resident gives two thumbs up! Forget the moaners who want fancy atmosphere! Come for a great meal!
Posted by Scott on 11/02/2008
Can't comment on the meat dishes, but the lentil soup and falafel are the best. Cannot be beat for the price. Service can be gruff until they get to know you. Can get really slammed on weekend afternoons, but never takes more than 5-6 to get your food.
Posted by Mr Wonderful on 07/29/2008
This place is just not worth all the hassle that comes along with it. They employ individuals with very bad attitudes. They are always out of something and there food really isn't very good. As far as middle eastern food actually some of the worse. Their Lamb Shawerma is horrible..... I have been telling everyone go somewhere else or make the food yourself believe me it'd be better.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2007
This is my favorite spot to get an late afternoon lunch. The Falafo's are the best! I really like it and you can eat there or get it to go. It's really cheap too and I am so happy its at such a great location.
Posted by Ed on 01/28/2007
I don't really get the attraction so many people have to Sultan's Market. Mediocre falafel that isn't fried to order. The addition of a southeast asian hot sauce to a middle eastern sandwich. Tepid soups, poor shawerma, and average service? I suppose the saving grace for many is that there aren't many alternatives in the area (although Babylon is a full notch above Sultan's), and it's cheap for the area. It's definitely not good or cheap by Chicago middle eastern standards. Next time, try Salam in Albany Park. Fresher falafel for $0.10/ball, bread delivered a couple times a day from Al Khaymeih Bakery right down the street, and the food is prepared with much more care and (dare I say it) authenticity.