Taïm Falafel and Smoothie Bar

Falafel, Middle Eastern, Israeli
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45 Spring St (at Mulberry St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 219-0600
Monday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • This is the best falafel sandwich in America. Try all of the balls.
  • In a neighborhood where lunches under $10 are hard to come by, a $6.25 breath of fresh air in the form of the excellent, surprisingly-filling falafel sandwich.
  • Our pick for the best falafel sandwich in New York. Clean, crisp, and grease-free, with great hummus, salads, and smoothies.
  • After you've had a few different flavors of the falafel sandwich (green and harissa are my favorites), go for the sabich (sa-beech) sandwich. Fried eggplant, with a sliced boiled egg. Delicious.
  • Make sure you get your falafel "with everything"... and if you're feeling bold, add feta.
  • There are 3 things you need to remember about the chickpea fritters. Green = parsley and mint; red = red pepper; and yellow = spicy harissa. Go balls to the wall with a three-in-one pita pocket.
  • Your order will likely be ready after the order that preceded yours
  • Seriously can never go wrong with the falafel sandwich here. It's consistently delicious. Roasted red pepper and green falafel are the best!
  • Slurp on some ginger mint lemonade you thirsty swine.
  • You can substitute the israeli salad and pickled cabbage on the falafel sandwiches for eggplant at no extra charge! falafel + eggplant + tahini sauce = winning.
  • If you're not getting a smoothie alongside your harissa falafel sandwich (with everything!), you best re-evaluate your life priorities. The date-lime-banana smoothie is the best.
  • The mixed falafel platter for two, with baba ganoush added, easily and very happily feeds two people for under $15 with the best falafels in NYC.
  • For all the picky veggie eaters out there, this place is fully vegetarian. The sandwiches are delightful. If you are looking for a sandwich that isn't lettuce, tomatoes & mayo, check it out!
  • Harissa falafel sandwich "with everything," plus extra pickles is my go-to. If you're not into spicy, then opt for the green falafel flavor.
  • Any falafel sandwich should fill you up, but if you're really starving, go for the platter. Red's my favorite and I love getting a banana dates smoothie to go.
  • Bring a friend and get the Mixed Falafel Platter, fries with saffron aioli and a ginger mint lemonade.
  • Date, Lime, and Banana Smoothie
  • the platter is a ripoff compared to the sandwich. get your sandwich "with everything" for all the Israeli pickly/spicy goodness in there.
  • Tasty and not super expensive! Unless you want a platter. But the Israeli salad is only $5 and very refreshing an light.
  • The date, lime, and banana smoothie is out of this world. Get it with soy milk.

Nearby places

37 Spring St (btwn Mott & Mulberry St)
270 Lafayette St (btwn Prince & W Houston St)
52 Prince St (btwn Lafayette & Mulberry St)