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Editorial Review

Taim is the Hebrew word for delicious, and nobody but its competitors would claim that this spinoff of the Waverly Place institution is misnamed. Signature falafel comes in three styles: green, red, and harissa, the latter stuffed with Tunisian pepper paste. When your mouth starts burning, wash it down with one of the house smoothies, such as signature date-lime-banana-cantaloupe-ginger. Tabouli and Israeli salads too, if fried chickpea balls don't float your boat.


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  • Lunch
  • Late Night Bites


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  • Reservations:
    Not Accepted
  • Alcohol:
    No Booze
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  • Restaurant Type:
    Middle Eastern

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