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Kosher Truck Delights Taste Buds in #NYC - Quick Stop Kosher
Quick Stop Kosher truck , run by Belgian born Ari Thaler, offers a small variety of kosher grub including Paninis, Tuna Sandwiches, Falafel (of Moshe’s Falafel), and of course – Belgian Waffles.
There is obviously no address for this kosher eatery, but it can found somewhere in NYC (typically Midtown), and can be tracked down by visiting their site, Facebook page, or Twitter acct: @QuickStopKosher. View Full Article
The Jewish Daily Forward:
I'll Take Belgian Waffles With My Falafel, Please
At lunchtime on a street corner on the west side of Manhattan, a spot not typically known for its cuisine, people with palates from East and West line the sidewalk for one thing — falafel.
Customers at the Quick Stop truck, a “Moving Kosher Experience”, hungrily accept their large pita sandwiches stuffed to the brim with falafel balls, fresh vegetables, sauces and a baby pickle from the hands of a jovial fellow with a bushy red beard. It’s easy to infer that Ari Thaler is the owner of the kosher food truck because a caricature of him, complete with a big grin, a rotund figure and a purple-and-white suit, is painted on the side of the truck. View Full Article
The Jewish Week:
Kosher Waffles On Wheels
If you’ve had enough of kosher Chinese food or shwarma, there’s a new option for lunch: waffles.
A new food truck, Quick Stop Kosher, is traveling around Manhattan offering kosher-certified sandwiches, omelets, sushi, blintzes and waffles. This week the truck is parked on 33rd Street and Ninth Avenue, outside the Jewish-owned B&H Photo. View Full Article
The Wall Street Journal:
By Way of Belgium
In Belgium, a kosher waffle is hard to find. Not so in New York.
Quick Stop Kosher, a food truck that bills itself as a "breakfast, lunch, and waffles" joint, opened this summer. Owner Ari Thaler grew up in Antwerp, and decided his truck had to "do something a little bit different." View Full Article
New York Street Food:
Today's Lunch: Cheese Blintzes From The New Quick Stop Truck
The Quick Stop truck is kosher and has a deep fryer for falafel and french fries, various sandwiches, omelettes, bagels, panini, caesar salad and something that caught my eye right away, cheese blintzes with sour cream – an old favorite going back to my childhood. View Full Article
Thanks A Glatt:
Quick Stop Kosher Cart found on Park Avenue South!
Funny thing happened on the way to work today. I took a different route than my normal one in order to get a haircut, when he was too busy I left and stumbled upon this amazing kosher cart parked at the northwest corner of 23rd and Park Avenue! Quick Stop Kosher‘s menu ranges from a full line of breakfast sandwiches (eggs, bagels, omelettes) to coffees, falafels (he says it is Moshes Falafel, his cart seems to have disappeared so many this is the replacement?), salads, french fries and something new, WAFFLES! View Full Article
Wafels & Dinges Has Some Kosher Competition
The truck is called “Quick Stop Kosher“, and according to their website they are indeed selling waffles in addition to sandwiches, falafel, blintzes, and slushies. View Full Article