About Moshe’s Falafel
Moshe Falafel is the legend of street food in New York. Moshe was born in Kibbutz Galuyot in Israel. A member of a family that lived in Aleppo and immigrated to Israel. His family’s Middle Eastern culture and his life influenced his attitude toward food. Simplicity and good taste in the past Flowed through his veins. In 1981 he decided to try his luck in the big city of New York. And bought his first wagon to try his luck at selling falafel on 46th Street in the Diamantaires area of New York, his wife told him that if you wanted people to love your food first you would love it yourself. And this is what has motivated him for more than 37 years to tremendous success, And its name is known everywhere in the world. Partly because of the taste of the house, the veggie, and the price that is equal to all
History of Falafel
The origin of falafel is unknown and controversial A common theory is that the dish originated in Egypt, possibly eaten by Copts as a replacement for meat during Lent. As Alexandria is a port city, it was possible to export the dish and name to other areas in the Middle East. The dish later migrated northwards to the Levant, where chickpeas replaced the fava beans. It has been speculated that its history may go back to Pharaonic Egypt.