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Posted by MD on 02/01/2011
I had to write this review to respond to the person who didn't like the broccoli. The broccoli is WHY I go to Maoz. Maybe that person went on an off day, but I go to Maoz just for that lovely salad bar. Get the salad box so you can cram as much roasted broccoli and cauliflower in there as possible. It is delicious and it is healthy. There are lots of other great things at the salad bar if you really can't stand broccoli (though you should still try it at Maoz). The lemonade is nice too.
Posted by vegetarianlover on 07/04/2009
The first time I went here the food was good. But the last 3 times in a row I ate here the broccoli on the salad bar was completely burned and gross. Is it really so hard to make broccoli? (Plus the falafel was greasy). Overall...underwhelming. I'd rather spend my money elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2009
I love Maoz!!! All of the stuff is so good and healthy and inexpensive.
Posted by jackr on 01/09/2009
i absolutely adore maoz....i've been going a few times a week to he union sqaure location and try to go as late after the lunch crowd as possible. there's just about always a line which is no biggie...what is annoying is all the idiots who either stand in everyones way after they've ordered or the totally tacky people who camp out in there and keep refilling from the salad bar and block everyone else out. how lame are you? get a salad box, fill it with what you like, and get the hell out! a test of your sanity like the other post said (on par with airports or malls where you see how dumb people really are)... otherwise wonderful!!! :-)
Posted by Mati on 09/29/2008
Okay, the lines are long, the salad bar is crowded, and people are inconsiderate. Sometimes going to Maoz is a test of my sanity, but their salad box is so worth it. I don't know what they do to the broccoli and cauliflower, but it is truly ambrosia. And the carrot salad is always perfect, too. Worth the rage-inducing experience for that awesome salad box.
Posted by Marlen on 07/16/2008
So as I walked in finally after 230 pm on a Wednesday and for the first time didn't have the ridiculous line that forms around the block basically. After I came in, they have absolutely no line formed just 6 people standing around randomly so I figure everyone is waiting for their food. Wrong. I ordered my number 2 junior falafel didnt want a drink she still charged me for one. The sauces were basically all empty. The brocolli looked like a group of dogs ran over it. But the falafel was absolutely AMAZING. It literally was one of the best tasting falafels I have ever had. The salad bar I am not a fan of, I feel like the workers should put it on the sandwich its the least they can do... Worth a try most definitely worth a adventure arguing with someone in there.
Posted by Julie on 07/09/2008
I've been walking by this place for a year now. Being both a vegetarian and a falafel lover, I'm not sure what took so long to try this place. I was very satisfied! The falafel was delicious! Very flavorful. I got it with hummus (hummus and falafel is like PB&J), eggplant, and avocado. This made it a little more expensive. You pay $.75 for 1 eggplant slice, and $1 for a decent slice of avocado. I was ok with it, but some of you may not want to spend the extra cash. I walked over to the massive salad bar, and was a little mad at myself for not getting the salad box! I tried stuffing some of the sauteed cauliflower on top of my falafel (much like that Simpsons where Homer puts Twizzlers onto a donut), and was very satisfied! You MUST try the cauliflower! Next time I'll be getting the salad box. A++