I went for a whole wheat pitta with falafel obv and sprung for the feta add-in. I was super overwhelmed at the salad bar but managed to concentrate hard enough to pick up chick-peas, roasted red peppers and cauliflower. I doused it all in stinky-delicious garlic sauce. Bottom line: Maoz is bangin'. First bite = light beaming down from the heavens. The falafel was moist and abundant. I never ran out of it; not even at the bottom of my pita. All of the veggie toppings seemed fresh and the feta icebergs were huge. Notice the greenish hue in the below photo? I could edit that shiz out real quick but I decided to leave it for effect -- the entire store is shrouded in neon green walls and lighting to match the green insides of the falafel. Chic right?
Like my nail polish? (watch out Diamond Star, I'm hittin' you up this weekend.) This was taken after my second trip to the salad bar, but I'm afraid my photos don't do this beautiful food justice. Andrea had pretty beets in hers and there was green tabbouleh too. The situation really was just too messy to truly capture. You have to see it to believe it folks.
Basically, Maoz is delicious and semi-guilt free. I hear that the french fries are really good especially with the garlic sauce, but something in my conscience prevents me from matching french fries with falafel. For this sandwich and a drink I paid just under $10. Best part about this whole thing is I ate lunch like a vegetarian and got totally food-coma full. Can't beat that.
This joint is on fire. RUN there. (Like the Amsterdam joint pun?? Or no?)