• Ararat Smaki Orientu

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food
Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Family restaurant serving Turkish cuisine. Has menu for vegetarians. Vegan suitable include:
czorba (red lentil soup with toast), falafel served with fries or rice and salad, cieciorollo (pita with chickpeas and salad), szpinaklesnik (pancake with spinach and sauce), and green orient with pilaf salad with pomegranate and rice. Open Mon-Fri 11:00-20:00, Sat 12:00-20:00.

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3 Reviews

First Review by AlbeirEugein


Points +128

30 Aug 2022

For falafel enjoyers

Tasty and reasonably priced falafels with hummus



Points +1208

22 Aug 2020

Filling falafels!

Ararat is a nice little place to have some simple and decent food. The prices and portions are decent. The menu is available in English and the staff speak English too.

I had the czorba (lentil soup) and falafel set (falafel with rice and veg). The rice was quite average, but I had the choice between having rice or chips/fries which was good! The falafel itself was pretty good.

The menu offers extensive veg options and anything that can be vegan is clearly marked as such!

One big drawback is that the only vegan sauce they have available is the spicy sauce, which is ok but may not be everyone's favourite.

In all, if you want some decent cheap food, Ararat should be right up your street!

Pros: simple honest food, vast veg*n options

Cons: plastic cutlery and paper plates!, the only vegan sauce is spicy sauce


Points +521

21 Aug 2020

A Turkish treat!

I would definitely go back here. It's a nice family ran eatery and you get a lot of fresh vegetables with every dish. The Czorba, lentil soup, was served with lemon and grilled bread. Very filling and delicious. The cieciorollo was made vegan by omitting the yoghurt sauce. I opted for a spicy sauce and it really complemented the chickpeas and the many fresh vegetables in the wrap.

Pros: Helpful and friendly staff, English menu, outdoor seating, Lots of vegetables

Cons: Plastic cutlery and paper plates

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