Oasis

Row 1

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161 N 7th St (Bedford)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 218-7607
Falafel, Middle Eastern
$

Foursquare Tips

  • Oasis falafel = best $3 you'll spend on food in Williamsburg
  • Food is great. They'll show you NO love, though. Smiling is forbidden.
  • Next time you're outside mamouns, take the L two stops and come to Oasis instead. More flavor, more fillings.
  • A rule for NYC falafel is that bigger is always better -that's why the falafel here, which Robert Sietsema called a "beauty",is ranked number 9 on his list of the Best Incredibly Cheap Eats inNYC.
  • It's cheap. It's good. It's near where you are.
  • Falafel: best around for only $3
  • Nothing better to distract from the now terrible Bedford than a perfect falafel before or after hopping on the L.
  • Eat the $3 falafel for dinner every day and you might be able to afford to live nearby
  • Yes falafel is good. Shwarma is my fav. Add hummus & beets to any sandwich. So messy but yummy.
  • Really good falafel. Ask for extra hot sauce though. Great deal, filling, and tasty. Often, it's my dinner.
  • Basically Williamsburg's Mamoun's. $3 falafel can't be beat, get straight baller and add hummus for 50 cents.
  • Whoever says this place is good doesn't really know what a real falafel sandwich tastes like.
  • Falafel sandwich for $3 is the best budget meal in Williamsburg, and if you feel like a baller - get the humus for $0.50 extra.
  • I swear this is the best falafel in NYC and I've had many falafels in my lifetime. Add hummus for 50 cents.
  • Great Palestinian style Falafel for $3, the best I've had in NY and most like the ones I ate in Jordan. At that price it beats most food trucks (typically $3.50 or $4)
  • Possibly the best Falafel in Williamsburg. Try the Falafel sandwich for only $3. Go a little more upscale and dine on a Shawarma platter for $9.
  • I had their falafel sandwiches when they were just $3 (they're $4 now). They're still as fantastic. Add the hummus to your sandwich, too. Btw, conveniently located by Bedford Ave on L train stop :)
  • The crunchy, semi-tart, aromatic and gargantuan $3 falafel sandwich is the best food deal I've had in NYC thus far. Unbelievable.
  • The hot sauce is not hot. The pitas are not fresh. But! The falafel are damn tasty and a meh pita with three fat ones + decent hummus and veg is $3.50. Not so meh after all.
  • After peaking at $4 a share during the Menu Change Crisis of 2013, falafel sandwiches have returned to $3.