A little while back, I blogged about a brand new kosher taco truck in Los Angeles. Needless to say, my mouth has been drooling ever since (It’s pretty embarrassing. I have to carry a handkerchief everywhere I go). But my heart belongs in the East Coast so it is only fair if I do a small feature on a kosher food truck here in New York City.
The Forward just posted a video on an interview they did with the owner on Moshe’s Falafel Truck that is stationed all around the city, but primarily in Brooklyn and Manhattan. The video is posted below.
I wouldn’t normally write about another kosher falafel restaurant. Lord knows we have enough of those. And they all pretty much taste the same if you ask me. But Moshe’s Falafel has two unique qualities.
1) They don’t sell sushi.
2) They sell Belgian waffles.
I’m not exactly sure what the connection is between waffles and falafel. In fact, I actually see no connection. But if the food is good, then I really don’t care.
Watch the video and if you live in New York, go check the cart. I’ll probably do the same thing myself.
Kosher Food on the Move from Jewish Forward on Vimeo.
Pronounced: KOH-sher, Origin: Hebrew, adhering to kashrut, the traditional Jewish dietary laws.