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Posted by tommy on 05/10/2013
under the new management the food is subpar. My falafel sandwich had no falafel balls in it, only some dried out pieces of falafel. The pita was from a box and dried out. they wrapped it in a ball and stuffed it in the bag. i ate it 3 minutes later and the dried out, thin pita crumbled and the whole thing broke apart. The workers look like three street thugs.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/04/2012
They have awesome salads, falafel sandwiches, schawarma, fries. And the baklova is amazing. Love everything here and nice owner!
Posted by MikeCee on 12/01/2011
I was wandering around this neighborhood looking for a quick cheap bite. I didn't expect much from this place walking in but i was extremely pleased with my experience here. First of all this might be the best falafel I've had in Manhattan. You can see them making them fresh right in front of you. They also fill up the pita in a way you get a bit of falafel and salad together all the way through the sandwich! Awesome! this was always my peeve about Falafels. The Price is great at $3 too. The staff there was also very nice. I've gone back again and had another great experience so I decided to write a great review for this awesome take out place. Good work!
Posted by zoltan on 10/19/2011
Murray's falafel is the best falafel in the city, but this place is still good. It is fresh,unlike some falafel places that microwave refrigerated falafel balls. The price is so much more reasonable. Falafel feast charges $3 for a falafel and 1.50 for a side. The sandwich is in a pita so no mess..easier to eat. They should all put it in the pita, rather than wrap the pita around a big mess. Falafel feast offers quite good falafel sandwiches at literally half the price and is much easier to eat