119 Macdougal St, New York, NY 10012
Mamoun's Falafel Restaurant
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Family Style, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Middle Eastern
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If you can deal with position in an position the aspect a huge shift in cupboard (no really...) then this is the position to be. Genuine taste, and expenditures not of this globe we get in touch with Los angeles. Must have for anybody going through Florida Rectangular shape Store at any time of day.
06/22/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Went here for lunchtime while investing the day in the town. Was not dissatisfied AT ALL. As one writer had written, inexpensive, quick and top excellent. Very small place, but the range goes quick. We were even fortunate to pick up a desk. Would certain go back again.
07/13/2009Provided by Citysearch -
One of my pet peeves is falafel made out of spiced sawdust. Off Bleecker Street, I found falafel that victoriously avoided this by being moist and green on the inside, delightfully crunchy and brown on the outside. Tossed together with some tahini and tomatoes and sold for a mere 2 bucks and 2 quarters, my only regret is that tomatoes are not in season. Maybe next time.
03/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This place is fantastic for quick, inexpensive food that is fun and tastes good. They always seem busy and the prices are great. Unfortunately, it's difficult to sit down, but if you're on the run it doesn't matter. I've tried multiple menu items and have enjoyed everything I've tried here, including the baklava.
12/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This place is a staple to the Village! I hear people speak of the lines in this small takeout restaurant. There are only a few tables to be had or maybe a bench or set of steps outside but wherever you find space it is always worth the short wait. It seems that they have it down to a science where they keep the customer happy. It seems like they keep moving this line along at an incredible and friendly speed. I overheard this lady say upon one visit that this was a good meal and as I thought to myself ?where else can you eat dinner as good as this for $2.50?
I will always make Mamoun?s one of my stops when strolling through the village and I suggest that if you have not tried it, then it?s time to give it a try. You won?t be sorry.