Name: Maoz Location: Soho, London Food type: Mediterranean, Falafel, Pita Ambience: Standard wooden furniture with wooden finish, Open glass window. Service: Self serving and Buffet based Stuff Served: Falafal in Pita bread with multiple choices including Babaganous, humous, Avacado etc, Belgian chips, Drinks, salad. Category of food: Vegeterian, eggs, Vegan Average price for a meal: 5-7 £ website: London | www.maozusa.com This is one of my favourite places in London. Mostly we go for falafel in pita bread with one of the aforementioned fillings. The rest of the fillings can be taken from the salads served on the counter. The choices are pickled gerkins, pickled chilli, beetroot, fried cauliflower, sweet corns, Coleshaw, Olives, tomatoes, Mushrooms, cucumber etc. Then there are multiple sauce like coriander ?#@*&%!^$~ney, red chilli ?#@*&%!^$~ney, onion ?#@*&%!^$~ney. These ?#@*&%!^$~neys are very close to indian ?#@*&%!^$~neys and thus I love them. Then there are assorted ketchups like mustard, Mayonese, honey mustard etc. I have never tried salad, but salad comprises of same stuff with additional aubergine etc. Belgian chips are considered good by most folks in my company, though I am not such a big fan of chips. They also serve freshly prepared lemonade with mint, standard sodas and freshly squeezed juice, but these juices can be bit expensive. Given this place is vegan and in soho, you can see one of most hip crowd in the city hanging out here. I generally go to this place every tuesday for the lunch, It can get very crowded at 13:00 hours, but we avoid rush by going before or after the rush hour. If you are in london and fancy vegeterian food, you should definitely try this out.