Gotta get the shwarma every time I'm in town. Love this quaint little joint in town. Will be back for sure.
Middle Eastern comfort food done very well at a reasonable price. This is a tiny place with big flavors and excellent for take out once a week to save you from cooking. I've never had bad, or even sub par food from this lovely little joint.
This was a highly recommended place by a cousin living in NYC. Went downtown for lunch just out of curiosity. We were not disappointed. The place was vegetarian...I was not aware that Kosher food is vegetarian.....great food though its located in a quiet street in the Village off 7th Avenue and one could easily miss it.....the constant stream of visitors... 更多
I've been dying to try this authentic Israeli/Middle Eastern/Indian restaurant for quite some time, and am I ever glad I took my family here. Yes, the Taiim Falafel Shack is a little hole in the wall with very few seats, but the owners and staff are friendly and the food is absolutely delicious. I had the Massada, which is a... 更多
If you've ever been to the Middle East, you'll know right away that Taiim in Hastings is average at best. Go to Taim in the West Village (NYC) for the real thing.
I buy their hummus almost every Saturday at the farmers market. I had wanted to try the falafel shack for months and finally got there. We ordered two falafel pittas and 2 bottles of water. It was $30! I thought she made a mistake and clarified our order twice. I am not sure if they really charge that much or... 更多
My daughter found this spot and we visit it whenever we're nearby. Food is freshly made...falafel is amazingly good as is everything on the menu. You almost can't go wrong choosing anything. If you're really hungry and want to try everything at once, ask for a Masada...made on an extra large pita, this included almost everything they make on one... 更多
Falafel pita sandwich. Pre-made falafel. Sliced in half. So you get 1 1/2 pieces of Falafel. Where does the other half go at the end of the day? Also, takes less than a minute to fry. Lettuce, onion and tomatoes were being counted. Okay sandwich - not going out of my way.