“after the great salad/sandwich you have to try the new desert: rice pudding!”
“The salad/ toppings bar looked good, but instead I just went with a mix of the yogurt and garlic sacues.”
“best vegetarian cheap food”
“The salad bar options and the soft warm pita is a must at this well designed falafel joint.”
“Tasty Falafel, great service!”
“maoz has the best falafel in new york city it is fast, clean, wholesome, cheap.”
“Maoz offers pretty decent food for a quick option, but they can never seem to support their "for fast and free delivery" promise.”
The falafel joint enters a new age with high design and a DIY toppings bar..
This falafel spot is the first New York location of a European chain, but it won't be the last if the long lines of lunching nine to fivers are any indication. The decor is right out of '60s sci-fi: A spacey green and white pattern covers the tiny room, and exposed, round bulbs hang from the ceiling. A handful of counter seats accommodate the lucky few.
The line moves quickly thanks to the limited scope of the menu, which essentially boils down to one basic choice: Do you want your golden brown, abundantly spiced falafel accompanied by hummus and sauteed eggplant or not? Beyond that, diners customize their sandwich at an all-you-can-stuff toppings bar that includes flash-fried broccoli, sweet pickles, hearty tabouleh, pickled carrots, chunky beets and fresh tomatoes. Three choices of hot sauce add a fiery finish, and garlic mayo sweetens the deal on crisp, perfectly salted Belgian fries.
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