The warmer weather has led me to thaw out the Friday Food Truck segment! I realized the other day that the lunch 'hour' had ended a while ago for most people. It was much closer to 3pm and I found that the first few trucks I wanted were all out of food. Denied!
The workers at Moshe still had a good crowd going, their workers were keeping up a friendly banter, and holy moly were their prices low!
I got the 5 falafel with 2 pickles, tahini dipping sauce, and hot sauce for three dollars. THREE. DOLLARS.
These are hands down THE lightest falafel I've ever eaten. They're fluffy, crunchy on the outside, and pretty tasty, too. The tahini and hot sauce go together quite well, but that hot sauce does creep up on you!
I enjoyed the friendly and fast service and would definitely swing by that cart again!
Corner of 6th Avenue and 46th Street
Eternal Optimist living in NYC. From awesome restaurants to home-cooked meals, I'm living a life I love, one bite at a time! Not all posts are NYC-centric, though--I spread the love on vaca and other jaunts!(PS: I abuse parentheses often and without remorse)