Baba Ghanoush

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Johan V Hahn (at Garibaldi and Xhorxh Bush), Pristina, Kosovo, 1000

Small vegetarian place that offers local and Middle Eastern cuisine. The falafel plate, hummus, bread and bean salad are vegan. Directions: once on Johan V Hahn (small street perpendicular to Garibaldi), you will see a cafe at the corner, pass the cafe, on the right side, there are a few steps going down to a courtyard, go down the steps. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Middle Eastern, Balkan

9 Reviews

First Review by cdrk

Delicious - Edit

Variety of options, delicious clean eating. 💜

Pros: The entire lunch menu was vegan optional. Heaven.

Cons: Got a little lost trying to find it.

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Great Food, Great Place - Edit

The atmosphere was really cosy and the food was delicious. They've clearly labeled vegan(-izable) options on the menu (in English too!) and prices are very reasonable for the well-sized plates.

Give the lentil patties a try (or have them in a wrap) and you'll go home happy!

Pros: Great food, Good prices, Cosy location

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so much yum and so cheap! - Edit

My SO and I went to this place our first night in Prishtina, and we were so impressed with the quality of the food, and we both agreed we would come back again. Falafels were on point!

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Simply sweet - Edit

I was looking forward to go to that restaurant for month but I never made it to Pristina in the afternoon until yesterday. Two non vegetarian friends and I tried our luck before 5 and there was already people inside so I'm not sure about the opening times here on happcow..
First of all I really liked the space because it was very cosy and cute and the music they played just matched the atmosphere perfectly. We all ordered Falafel wraps, I got mine in a bun which was very lovely. We also had dips and Patatas Bravas and were completely stuffed and satisfied after the meal. My non vegetarian friends liked it so much that THEY said we should need to come again. I honestly was so happy to finally be in a vegetarian place in Kosovo after 3 month of being here.

Pros: friendly staff, cute space, Falafel in Kosovo

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Delicious! - Edit

The cute couple who owns the place is helpful and so sweet. The food is very good and the place is simply and tastefully decorated. I highly recommend it.

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Amazing Food, Amazing Setting - Edit

Very cosy restaurant in very quiet street. We had good weather so we could sit on the terrace. The mixed plates were amazing. We could taste all their dishes in small portions. The wine was also very good. Highly recommended. Find the place and enjoy the great food !!

Pros: good food, great price

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fell in love with this place - Edit

It's true - I really fell in love with this place. It's only a small place with maybe room for 16/18 people inside but it has a charm about it with it's tasteful decor inside.
The staff were absolutely lovely and the food was absolutely great and certainly good value for money. The menu largely consists of falafel/middle eastern options with platters available. I'd definitely be back again if I find myself in Pristina.

Pros: amazing quality, good value

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Excellent!! - Edit

I would go back to Prishtina just so I could eat at this place again! The interior is very cozy and tastefully done, attention to details is apparent in the whole place and service, from the jazzy/ambiance music to the cute pot for brown sugar. I can especially vouch for the lentil patties and falafel; tabbouleah salad and babaganoush were decent. They also have an excellent selection of loose and fresh teas. We paid 14 EUR for two and were totally stuffed. very much recommended.

Pros: Cozy atmosphere, clean place, Good food and tea offer, Friendly English-speaking staff

Cons: Bit on the expensive side for Kosovo pri

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Nice place. - Edit

The place is clean, they were playing some jazz music when I ate there.
I could order in English, few meals were vegan but they were good, especially the falafel plate and bean salad with lemon juice and parsley ; the hummus was fine but I must tell that in ex-Yugoslavia, I never got a hummus as good as in the mid-east.
The people working in this place were very kind and friendly, they even phoned the baker to ask if the bread was vegan.
Eating there, regarding Prishtina's standards, is more expensive than other places but not horribly expensive (10,50€ for two fresh ginger teas, hummus and lots of bread, bean salad, falafel - I was more than stuffed).
This is one of the only if not the only place in Prishtina dedicated to vegetarian and vegan food, recommended !
Also, I don't know when they are opened, in the evening until 22h or 23h for sure but I don't know when and if open during the day.

Pros: Good food, Nice staff, Friendly place

Cons: Few vegan options

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