Standard Middle East fare, but always fresh and tasty. Had the chicken schwarma with pita that was quite good.
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I was unsure about what I should order and the cashier was very patient and helpful. I enjoyed the natural sodas and the sweet potato fries were excellent.
It's a small place. The name can be misleading as this is not a halal restaurant. Ordered falafel. They were the worst I ever had. The greasiest, blandest felafel anywhere in the world was here.
I agree with Wayfarer909, since the change in ownership, this place has plummeted in quality, execution and service. It used to be a very authentic Middle Eastern cafe, simple homemade dishes, well-prepared. The people working were all family and cared about their establishment, the food...More
I've been a patron of Amir's for decades and remember with fondness when it was little more than a hole-in-the-wall that nevertheless served excellent falafel, babaganoush, hummus and the like. As Morningside Heights has gentrified I suppose it was inevitable that Amir's would change too,...More
This place is great, some of the best falafel I've ever had. Great egg salad, and awesome fries. At lunch you can get a falafel, side, and a drink for like 6 bucks. And they have draft beers too!
i remember when it was just a tiny six seat hideaway on Broadway in the early 1970's ! it offers more variety now, but is still delicious and a favorite place to stop by for a snack or a Middle Eastern meal. it was my...More