(917) 397-3172(917) 397-3172
2047 Broadway, New York, NY 10023
maoz sandwich & eggplant & hummus with belgian fries and a beverage
junior maoz sandwich with belgian fries and a beverage
salad box & choice of two add-ons with freshly squeezed juice
belgian fries / sweet potato fries
orange / carrot / apple
originally used for medicinal purposes by the greeks and romans since they are a great source for iron, vitamins a & c, folic acid and calcium. beets are a "blood-building" herb that detoxifies the blood, enriches it with minerals and natural sugars.
just one serving of 100g will provide your body with 149% of the rdv of vitamin c. they are a filling, high-fiber and low calorie veggie, making them perfect to keep your heart healthy and your waistline slim.
this nutty flavored grain can be found in our delicious tabouli salad. packed with fiber and protein yet low in fat and calories, making them a great choice to fill you up without packing on extra pounds. bulgur is also a standout in terms of its fiber content and can help keep your digestive tract healthy as a result.
this brightly colored orange vegetable was first created when the dutch cross-bred red and yellow carrots in honor of the house of orange. it is a great source of vitamin a, which of course can help improve our vision, and eating just one serving size of our carrot salad will give you more than the recommended daily dosage.
a great source for vitamin c, b6, and folate. broccoli and cauliflower are two veggies that are a flower, so the next time you want to surprise your better half with a bouquet of flowers, just bring them a maoz sandwich filled with our broccoli & cauliflower salad.
chickpeas are an excellent source of soluble fiber. in fact, one maoz meal deal contains almost half of the recommended daily intake of fiber. the high fiber makes them satisfying and filling so you are less likely to head for the vending machine two hours after eating. fill up on chickpeas any time you eat our falafel, hummus, or chickpea salad.
cilantro is a great way to add flavor to any dish and it also has many health benefits. it has been used to help remove heavy metals and toxic agents from the body. you can find cilantro in many of our salads and sauces including chickpea salad, carrot salad, babaganoush, beet salad, and our famous falafel.
there are over 3,500 uses for corn, but probably the best way to enjoy is in our corn & mushroom and corn salads. corn is a rich source of vitamins a, b, e and minerals, and it can aid in controlling diabetes and lowering hypertension.
cool as a cucumber - gives meaning to this fruit as it is primarily composed of water, which creates a moist and cooling taste. the combo of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) and caffeic acid helps soothe skin irritations and swelling.
the eggplant is actually a fruit that is botanically classified as a berry. they not only feature a number of vitamins, proteins, and minerals, but also contain important antioxidants. the potassium in eggplants brings a balance in salt intake and maintains a nice level of hydration.
green chilies are a great source of vitamin c, b6, a and iron. the true benefit is the capsaicin, the active chemical which gives them their heat and has numerous health benefits including pain relief from inflammations, clearing congested lungs, and to warm cold feet.
the average american consumes about 30 lbs of lettuce each year, making it the second most popular fresh vegetable (falling just short behind the potato). your body will thank you as this leafy vegetable is packed with vitamin a, k, c, folate, manganese and chromium.
people have enjoyed them for over 7000 years and often used them as a sign of peace and goodwill. they are high in healthy monounsaturated fat, which has been found to increase hdl (good) cholesterol.
the most popular herb that does not get the credit it deserves. this garnish gives food a fresh flavor and is packed with vitamin c & k, calcium and iron. it has three times as much calcium as oranges and twice as much iron as spinach!
vibrant purple, green, and white leaves make this vegetable spruce up any salad or sandwich. cabbage does much more than brighten up any plate as it is also comprised of vitamin e & c, iron and fiber. munching on it can provide a wide range of benefits from helping your complexion to soothing ulcers.
made up of many beneficial components including quercetin, a natural antihistamine property that can fight against allergy symptoms. your body will benefit every time you bite into one of our vegetable and chickpea salads.
all peppers are rich in vitamins a, c & k, but red peppers are simply bursting with them. both hot and sweet peppers contain substances that have been shown to increase the body's heat productions and oxygen consumption for about 20 minutes after eating.
rich in iron, calcium, vitamin b1 & e, zinc and dietary fiber to name just a few. these seeds are ground up to make tahini, so you can find in our hummus, babaganoush, and tahini sauce.
originated on the rooftops of italy and has come a long way since then. it takes about 20 lbs of fresh tomatoes to make just one pound of sun-dried tomatoes, which increases your intake of the nutrients and vitamins up to 12 times. your body will receive plenty of vitamin a, c, and potassium.
rich in many vitamins including a, c, & k. some research indicated that eating tomatoes can help us feel youthful as we grow older by allowing us to stay active. your body will benefit from this every time you fill up your salad or sandwich with our cilantro sauce, salsa, tomato & onion and vegetable salad.
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