One of our favorite spots in New Haven. Love the falafel and salads. Great lamb. Homemade soups are fantastic. A low key place where you can relax and spend time me lingering over dessert!
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I've always liked their food, but this time was a little underwhelming. The wait for takeout at 9:30 on a Friday night was over 10 minutes, even though the restaurant was mostly empty. I've been there before with the same level of crowd when the...More
I am new to New Haven and was having a severe craving for Falafel. I asked a coworker who has lived here their entire life (50+ years) and they mentioned Mamouns and just for a second opinion I asked a roommate whose been here half...More
A small place, no fancy trimmings, just good food with decent service. Seems to be always quite crowded, probably, because of its proximity to the Yale university and the student community. An ideal place if you want quick, cheap and decent food ! We tried...More
Yummy falafels and one of the best cheap eats in New Haven... if you like spicy - try their hot sauce - but maybe get it on the side - as it packs some super serious heat!
This is an old school New Haven institution. Great for vegetarians who like baba ganoush and hummus as well as falafel. The place is dark with little attention to decor but the food is a solid B+ and the bill was less than $15 for...More
I wanted to try Arabian Food in US. My son recommended this Restaurant & we went together. Place is nice & Cosy. The prices are reasonable & Portions quite large. We had Babaghonous Platter. A Starter made from roasted Egg plants. We also had Lamb...More
There is a reason why this place has been existing for so many years. Also they are open when all the bars are closing, the perfect sober up food since they don't offer any alcoholic beverages. Being a musician it was always a pleasure to...More