For the 1st time I checked HappyCow to find a place to eat in Paris, I choose to go to street "Saint-Andre des Arts" because there are two places that seem nice!
As I hadn't many time and "Chez Le Libanez" was full (FULL!) I decided to go in "Maoz Vegetarian".
Both are not Vegan places, but you can eat Vegan easily. In Maoz Vegetarian I guess everything is Vegan just not the sauces that you can put or NOT :D
I let you the menu/prices, so that you have an idea!
Maoz Falafel _________ 4,90 eur (grand) / 4,40 (petit)
Maoz Humus ___________ 5,50 eur / 5,00
Maoz Aubergine _______ 5,50 eur / 5,00
Maoz Royal ___________ 5,95 eur / 5,50
Salade Barquette _____ 8,20 eur / 7,75
Manu Salade __________ 5,95 eur
Frites _______________ 2,20 eur
Boisson Canette ______ 1,70 eur
Boisson Bouteille ____ 2,10 eur
I had a big Maoz Falafel (4,90 euros), and I really enjoyed it, I found the falafel very tasty, even if it could be with something else more than just a little piece of lettuce and the "bread". But I was really not hungry after eating :)
For those you don't know what is Falafel I let here what is in the restaurant:
"Falafel is a specialty of the Middle East- The falafel balls are made of mashed chickpeas, mixes with fresh vegetables and spices. The balls are subsequently fried in vegetable oil. The falafel is a vegetarian dish, nutritious and very healthy. enjoy your meal." :D
- The service was very fast
- There is a mug of water and you can ask for a glass (for free)
- The "frites" (french fries) are not so good like that..
- "Maoz Menu" is not worth it. (My cousin had it and is just the normal Maoz Falafel with aubergine (for instance) inside and the frites and the drink (I think)
- There are just 3 or 4 chairs and almost no place to eat inside... is more the kind of place that you buy the food and you go outside.
- What you can eat is basically just what is in the menu I let you above
Next time I'll go in Chez le Libanez :)
Updated from previous review on Thursday April 16, 2015
Cons: No place to sit / eat, Variety