I discovered this place back in September last year, when I started working downtown. After my first visit, I was hooked and ended up going here several times a week. It was inexpensive, tasty, and apparently healthy. The reason I have't posted earlier was because I've been pretty busy with two jobs, training and other stuff, so I just never got around to it. Yeah, I have to say that this was one of the most addicting places I've ever encountered and my colleagues at work even wonder if I have some kind of sickness because I can go there so much.
One of my colleagues got the Original Hummus for $6.95. It comes with chickpeas, parsley, olive oil and two pitas. Whenever I go there now, this is sort of what I usually get.
Here's what I used to get. The "Bomb" for $12.45. It's a lot pricier, but it comes with Tahini, Ground Beef and Falafel, on top of the Original Hummus. I say used to because it is no longer available in this form.
The place must have undergone new management or ownership or something because the two lovely blonde servers I used to see there regularly are never there anymore, and are now replaced by two hairy men. The service is still good, but there are definitely more changes than just the staff. They stopped serving beef, which to me is blasphemous, but I still eat there because the hummus itself still tastes good, and same with the falafels. This has however stopped me from ordering The "Bomb".
Some more pictures of my beloved and long-lost "Bomb" dish:
I don't understand the changes that took place at my favourite eatery downtown, so if anyone knows, please post a comment and shed some light on the matter for me. The food quality is still good, the quantities are decent, and the prices are still relatively the same. I still go there once in a while, but not 3 or 4 times a week like I used to. Plus you really, really smell like your food when you leave, if you decide to dine in, haha!