Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Falafel Baribua | Yad Harutzim 15, Tel-Aviv

Although named Falafel Baribua (which means square falafel), the venue (part of a chain) also offers quite the mean hummus - and a vegan take on shawarma (doner).

On this occasion I had a wonderful plate of hummus, with fava beans, chickpeas, tahini, parsley, olive oil and a garnish of paprika.
Complementary falafel and pickles were also provided.

hummus, broad beans, chickpeas, and tahini, with a side of falafel

While the price was rather costly for a plate of hummus - there were the added side dishes (albeit some places add them for free).
The service is great - but it tends to get confused if you choose to sit at the outside tables.

The place is clean and well designed, with a good lighting which really ads to the mood.
The service is really friendly, and the place itself is also vegan friendly which makes the experience even more positive.
Overall - the food is delicious and there's a vast menu considering this is a falafel based location.


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