Amsterdam Falafel and Kabob

For lunch today I went to Amsterdam, a small falafel and kabob Mediterranean restaurant in the heart of Dundee. This small eatery (about the size of a small studio apartment) was started by 3 friends who felt Omaha needed a fresh, healthy, local, late-night fast food option. Amsterdam’s limited but delicious menu consists of a falafel sandwich or a donor kabob sandwich, both of which can be made into salads as well. Sides include a hummus plate or curry fries.

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The sandwiches are packed with fresh cabbage slaw, chickpeas, lettuce, tabbouleh, hummus and your choice of spicy, garlic, or herb sauce. I ordered the falafel sandwich with a side of curry fries, both were extremely flavorful and absolutely delicious! Amsterdam is open until midnight on weekdays and 2am on Saturday; they even deliver via bicycle on Friday and Saturday nights!

If you are looking for a quick, fresh, Mediterranean meal in Omaha, I would definitely recommend checking out Amsterdam!

Information and pictures from eatafk.com

Comments

  1. The falafel looks incredible. I like a limited menu, b/c the cook/chef tends to excel at every dish. It’s quite the opposite in a diner – 300 items and they are all clunkers except the pancakes. ; )

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