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Posted by singaram aji on 05/06/2008
Falafel of high standard. Nice effort.
Posted by y.c on 03/19/2008
Ever since i had falafel in Paris, I have been searching NYC for great falafels. This place is amazing! So good. Personally, I can not eat cilantro, i cant stand the stuff. But this place was so goood I actually did not care there was cilantro in the sauce. This is the first time in my life that i have tolerated cilantro in my food. (and believe me ive eaten a lot of good mexican/thai/vietnamese/indian food). Even if you dont like falafels go try this place!
Posted by sabrasabra on 03/12/2008
Ordered delivery. Service is very fast. Falafel is OK. but the SABICH is OFF THE HOOK. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED>
Posted by Anonymous on 03/03/2008
I order lunch from here once a week. Delivered to my office. Always tasty, amazing and fast. The little sauces on the side are amazing. I always get the mixed falafel platter. Delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/24/2008
I found this place on Menu Pages and was not disappointed. The people were really friendly. The food is great and its a terrific value. Its small so beware but awesome.
Posted by mckeb753 on 01/04/2008
Best falafel I've ever had...Actuall, I didn't even really enjoy falafel until i tried this place, now I can't get enough. Don't miss the fries with the saffron aioli (amazing!) and the different salads as well. Yum.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2007
A vegetarian friend introduced me to taim, which is close to where we work and we are both hooked. It really is the best falafel I've ever had. Wrapped in a pita with lots of other yummy side toppings and tahini and hot sauce, it's a dense--and filling--little ball of lunch. It's a small place, and the window can literally only seat about 3 or 4 people, so it's pretty much a carryout kind of place.