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Posted by nyc lawyer on 11/03/2007
try their kofta kebab sandwich-it is great-i wish their drinks were colder though-also there is more room than mamoun's but they need to make the place brighter.
Posted by Gastronomical Liz on 10/13/2007
...which is why I was curious to try this place, just across the street. Having dined at Mamoun's enough times to have transformed into a falafel, I decided to try something new despite the rather dark and dingy appearance of the place. I had fava beans with tahini, lettuce, and tomatoes (you know the drill) in a pita, and was quite disappointed. Some of the fava beans were too hard, and there was not nearly enough tahini, giving it a rather tasteless character. On top of that, the amount of plain iceberg lettuce within this pita was overwhelming, making it dry and very boring. I'll stick to the favorite.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/28/2007
I tried the falafel sandwich at Ali Baba. The sandwich was excellent! A delicious bargain at $2.00 a sandwich, which is unheard of in NYC!I'll definitely return to try some of their other delights from their menu. Highly recommended!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/22/2007
This little hole in the wall is a great place for a quick snack. The falafel and hummus sandwich is fantastic. The sandwiches are inexpensive and filling.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/27/2007
My friend has been telling me how this place has really good hummus. However, the hummus in my sandwich was sooooooo salty that I couldn't eat most of it. Perhaps it's a matter of preference.
Posted by bill s on 11/26/2006
falafel tastes great shawerma tastes just right prices very cheap and above all very friendly service i believe this one is the best falafel sandwich restaurant in the village
Posted by erin on 01/16/2006
Cheap. Good. Friendly. Fast. Plus you get to listen to Middle Eastern music while watching Judge Joe Brown. Does it get better than that?