Taïm Falafel and Smoothie Bar

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Details
222 Waverly Pl (btwn Perry & W 11th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 691-1287
Falafel, Israeli
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try the green falafel. The crunchy exterior conceals a fluffy core, with a nutty, herbaceous flavor complemented by silky hummus and tahini sauce. Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
  • Try the ginger mint leamonade
  • The best falafel that I've had. It puts Mamoun's to shame.
  • Get the harrisa falafel
  • Try the green falafel sandwich, "The flavorful green falafelfried mashed chickpea mixed with parsley, mint, and cilantroare moist on the inside, and lightly crisp on the outside."
  • Our pick for the best falafel sandwich in New York. Clean, crisp, and grease-free, with great hummus and salads.
  • Try the Sabich-Slabs of eggplant are fried into crisp, silken submission & layered into a pita along w/ shredded cabbage, Israeli salad (diced tomatoes, cucumbers, parsley), hummus, & hard-boiled egg.
  • Best falafel in the city! Try the sandwiches with the Ginger mint lemonade and the fries with saffron aioli - yum!!
  • Really hungry? Or maybe just really hungover? Get the Sabich: a pita overflowing with fried eggplant, hard-boiled egg, salad and hummus.
  • Life's Sabich&then you die.
  • The best falafel combo is the harisa with baba ganoush added in too.
  • This little spot is tiny, so get ready to order your falafel to go.
  • Ask for a side of the Amba sauce (the orange one) with your sandwich - all the sauces are good but that one is amazing.
  • The fries with Safron Aioli are ridiculously good
  • The french fries served with saffron aioli are killer. Strictly vegan, except for the smoothies.
  • yummmmmmmmmmmmy
  • Taim has some awesome falafel in three colors, but their Sabbich is my favorite. Sammy G.
  • Head here if the line at Mamoun's is too long
  • Obv the hummus and the falafel is to die for but the fries are the best in town!
  • Skip the ubiquitous street cart falafel and head to the West Village. Choose between red, green or harissa falafel flavors.