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Member Reviews (5)
- Maoz FalafelMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFirst to ReviewDec 20, 2013
Maoz is a falafel joint, of the order that keeps Europe thanking the Middle East for bringing something this awesome to its streets. Step one: head inside and select your base; I prefer the falafel with hummus and aubergine. Step two: load up with tasty toppings from the bar. Step three: stand there with the rest of the crowd mowing down. Step four, head back to the bar for more toppings and repeat steps two and three until embarrassingly stuffed. Maoz: just another little thing that makes Amsterdam great.
- Maoz FalafelMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Jun 21, 2013
OK, this is a chain, and I normally don't recommend chains. But a local took me here for a quick bite before a night on the town and it was amazing. Really great falafel with all sorts of toppings, chilis etc you can put on and amazing fries. Not a lot of seating inside - more of a take out joint. But if you need something easy and delicious, this is your spot.
- Maoz FalafelMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesMay 24, 2013
Ok, don't expect a very cozy atmosphere or a good conversation with the staff, but the fallafel is really excellent here and the salad bar that you can use as topping is magnificent. For a quick lunch, this is a great spot. enjoy!!
- Maoz FalafelMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersJul 06, 2012
I always miss authentic Middle Eastern food, which is harder to find in the Netherlands than you might think. I've once had falafel served on a hamburger bun!! Maoz, however, immediately brings the flavors of Israel back to me, and it's one of the cheapest meals you can have in Amsterdam as well.