What to Order From the New Quick Bites Film Series
In the series of short films Quick Bites, co-created by actor Joe Mantegna and writer Danny Ramm, conversations about food are the focus. In the third installment, “Open Call,” KCET will debut the film starring Tony Shalhoub, Minnie Driver and other restaurant patrons. The films feature a variety of food-related conversations, and are sure to get your mouth watering. Read on to find out what you can order from the new installment.
If you want Middle Eastern fast food, look no further than Mamoun’s Falafel. This decades-old Middle Eastern chain serves falafel, shawarma, and kebabs in a traditional space. Mamoun’s Falafel has been serving quick bites in a traditional space since 1967. It’s a good place to try falafel and shawarma if you’re in the mood for a quick lunch or dinner.
Mamoun’s Falafel has opened its fifth location in New Jersey, and is planning to open two more by the end of this year. Its latest location is in the Wall Promenade shopping center, and is the company’s tenth overall. The New Jersey franchise is owned by Prospect Capital Restaurants, which operates the company’s locations in New Brunswick and Wall. Two additional locations are slated to open in Paramus and East Rutherford.
Mamoun’s Falafel is a New York City institution. It was established in 1971 and has gained a reputation as the most authentic falafel in the city. The food is made from simple, natural ingredients and imported spices. The restaurant’s food has been featured on the Food Network, included in Eater’s list of NYC’s most iconic sandwiches, and on the top ten places to eat before you die.
Mamoun’s Pho is a great choice for a fast, cheap meal. The soups cost $8, $9, or $10, depending on size. You can add spring rolls for $2 and get a combo beef and shrimp pho for $3 more. The service is quick and efficient, and you’ll never go hungry here. It’s also BYOB, which means you can eat as much as you want.
The restaurant is a favorite among NYU students. The sandwiches are priced well below the average for NYU restaurants. A falafel sandwich will cost you less than $6. Mamoun’s is also the first Middle Eastern eatery in the United States. If you’re looking for a late-night meal, this is the place to go. Guests can order shawarma, falafel, and platters from the counter.