A decent place to eat. The staff was not very friendly.
A decent place to eat. The staff was not very friendly.
Easy to get, easy to eat. A place to save vegans around the world and on a budget.
Went to Maoz a couple of times during my trip to Amsterdam last year, both the one on Damrak and Leidsestraat. Fantastic falafel, unlimited, and tasty, salad top ups - which goes great with the eggplant and feta options provided. Both times I went it was quite busy and there's a reason why; delicious, huge portions, quick and cheap!Pros: Quick, Unlimited veg top up, Good falafel; good location
With three Maoz Vegetarian restaurants ideally located, Amsterdam can make veggie people really happy! This Maoz is located in a pedestrian part of the city centre. You can easily take away your sandwich to eat it along one of the canal. I really liked the food, which is quite the same from a Maoz location to another. I systematically took the eggplant and hummus supplement in my sandwich, and that was great! The veggie topping were varied and good. Even though the staff is not particulary friendly, it is relatively efficient if the restaurant is crowded.Pros: vegan options, great fries and falafels, well located
You simply can't go wrong with this tried and tested falafel gold plated chain. Always great value and tasty falafel is guaranteed. Fast food at its best and the fries are fabulous. Great location just of Leidseplein and Prinsengracht. Maoz has always been firm on my veggie agenda whenever in Amsterdam ever since my first visit in 2002. Function, not romance.Pros: food, location
We visited Amsterdam for three days and ate at Maoz for every meal except for one... As a serious falafel fan I loved this place as a vegan food option, and we were both full of salad thanks to the unlimited salad top ups! The staff were really friendly and happy to answer questions about the various salads and sauces. A great chain for affordable, tasty and healthy food. Though the cafe is small we always found a place to sit as people tend to move along fairly swiftly, so don't be put off by the size.Pros: Extensive salad bar, Friendly staff, Affordable food
I really like Maoz shops in Amsterdam. They enable vegetarian or other falafel-lovers to enjoy a healthy fastfood lunch. You can eat a white or brown pita with falafel and humus. You add your own salad to the pita. Watch out for the olive pits!
Updated from previous review on Saturday April 06, 2013
Not bad food, affordable prices (really cheap for Amsterdam), if you don't have much time - good place for fast snackPros: Tasty enough, Cheap, Good locations
Great nearly-all-vegan unlimited salad bar to go with freshly made falafel - the only thing that could make this place better is more seats please!
Delicious food, the most affordable I experienced in amsterdam. Couldn't find a place to sit, but still enjoyed it to go.
I love this place! Ate at my first Maoz in Paris and was very happy to find more in the Netherlands. A ~10 minute walk from the museums.
I was searching for the Montplein location and stumbled on this one. Certainly not healthy fare, but if you are hungry and want fast, cheap and hot this one will do. The falafel and fries are cooked in front of you in a deep frier and the patrons stand around and eat while double dipping the fillings out of a salad bar setup. At least it is posted as a vegetarian place on the Maoz sign. No meat on menu but I saw feta cheese coming out of a can. On the 1 and 2 tram line to Central Station and close to the famous Bulldog cafe and the Leidseplein. Bohemian area.Pros: cheap, hot, fast
Amsterdam Maoz are on the fail list. I'm so surprised no one has gotten herpes eating at these Maoz? First off the guy behind the counter handles your cash, the spoons that everyone touches, the door knobs, etc and your pita bread... secondly everyone eats their pita and mid way fills it back up, touching spoon to their mouth juices and vice versa. A place like this would be closed down in any sane part of the world. They need to do them like the Maoz in Madrid.
I usually eat here before I go to a concert in a venue around the corner (been there dozens of times over the last decade). Last time (March 4th) food was again great. Great falafel, selection of pita bread (whole wheat, plain or small), selection of sauce and unlimited salad bar! Since some years they have added fries to the menu, but refilling your pita over and over agian with salad is way better.Pros: good value, Friendly staff, fast service
Great fast food outlets (there are about 5 in Amsterdam and pretty much in most main European cities) that allows you to choose your bread, filling (falafels, homous etc) and then add your salad at the end. Very useful and easy to get a vegan snack when you're out and about. Food is cooked fresh, bread toasted etc for you while you wait. Recommended.Pros: Fresh, Clean, key locations
Nice little place to get an affordable delicious meal in Amsterdam. The falafel is first rate and the salad topping bar alone is worth the trip. Small little place without much room to sit down (only a counter), but lovely canal right nearby if you want to take your food and sit out on a sunny day. I would avoid the fries myself. They were not fresh cut (frozen) and there are better to be found in AmsterdamPros: good value, excellent falafel, good staff
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