New York, NY 10014
- Middle Eastern
- Daily 11am-10pm
- Catering, Delivery, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
- Dinner, Lunch
- Not Necessary, Accepted
- No Parking
Village Voice's Description
Don't let the address fool you;this tiny carryout (with a few stools) is tucked into an obscure corner of the West Village nowhere near Washington Square. Its genius lies in the fabrication of three types of tiny Israeli falafel;including one made with roasted red pepper and another with harissa;rather than the usual one. Unfortunately, the novelties don't taste all that different. No matter, the accompanying hummus and carefully composed salads are top-notch. Unexpectedly, the french fries served with saffron aioli are killer. Strictly vegan, except for the smoothies.
Love this place. The falafel sandwich has a bit too much cabbage for my taste so ask for it without or get the bomb diggity - Mixed Falafel Platter with a whole wheat pita. It comes with a sampling of all of their falafel flavors and 2 types of amazing sauce. This is one of my favorite things. If you have 2 people in your party, get one platter and order 1 extra pita (it's a bit... More >>
Love this place. The falafel sandwich has a bit too much cabbage for my taste so ask for it without or get the bomb diggity - Mixed Falafel Platter with a whole wheat pita. It comes with a sampling of all of their falafel flavors and 2 types of amazing sauce. This is one of my favorite things. If you have 2 people in your party, get one platter and order 1 extra pita (it's a bit much for 1 person), and enjoy!
best falafel in the city
best falafel in the city
Tips from foursquare
Try the green falafel. The crunchy exterior conceals a fluffy core, with a nutty, herbaceous flavor complemented by silky hummus and tahini sauce. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
Try the green falafel sandwich, "The flavorful green falafel–fried mashed chickpea mixed with parsley, mint, and cilantro–are moist on the inside, and lightly crisp on the outside."
get the falafel sandwich. insane. lots of care and thought goes into this middle eastern food. class apart.
Try the Sabich-Slabs of eggplant are fried into crisp, silken submission & layered into a pita along w/ shredded cabbage, Israeli salad (diced tomatoes, cucumbers, parsley), hummus, & hard-boiled egg.
Try the ginger mint leamonade
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