This was the case on a trip to New York a few months back. Wandering the West Village, happy yet very hungry, a quick stop into clothing store Saturdays NYC lead us right next door to the tiny falafel and smoothie bar - Taim. There's a lot of choice on the all vegetarian menu but since it was lunch and the place was rammed, we didn't have a lot of time to decide. The simple and most logical thing to do was order Taim's famous falafel (gluten free and fried in 0% trans-fat oil). You can get either a whole wheat or white pita and three different flavours - green (traditional - parsley, mint and cilantro), harissa (mild spicy - tunisian spices), and red (not spicy - roasted red peppers). Next, the pita is stuffed with hummus, Israeli salad, pickled cabbage and tahini. You can trick it out by adding extra toppings like a boiled egg or feta cheese for a buck.
And if you're wondering, Taim in Hebrew means highly pleasant to the taste, delicious. Our thoughts exactly.