• Habibi Mediterranean Cuisine

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Middle Eastern restaurant offering vegan choices, such as hummus, baba ganoush, tabbouleh, dolmas, falafel wrap, and more. Ask server which dishes are vegan. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm. Closed Sun.


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6 Reviews

First Review by i-AlooFrawley

daalai

Points +714

Vegan
03 Feb 2024

Authentic middle eastern food

Their food was excellent! I got the falafels, babagonush, hummus, and dolmas. I highly recommend here!

Updated from previous review on 2024-02-03

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Mcmould

Points +73

Vegetarian
02 Jul 2021

Outstanding

Every single thing was stellar. Food, service, selection, ambiance, price- a gem. Try the red rice. Salad perfectly dressed. Dolmas- served warm. Best ever.

Pros: Great vegetarian and vegan options. , Delicious, Shared a Mixed veg platter-Best we’ve ever had.

Cons: None! We’d come here every day!, Could not rate it a 5 star plus!

Lou58

Points +70

Vegan
13 Jun 2021

Very nice place

We really enjoyed our whole dining experience. Our server was very helpful. He even told us that the meal my wife chose was enough for two so we split it and it was plenty. The lentil soup and the tabboule were very good. The hummus was good but not anything special. I also had an after dinner Turkish coffee and it was excellent!

Pros: Very helpful staff. Good food. , Very nice atmosphere.

Cons: None

MarkCarney

Points +32

Vegan
13 May 2020

Great stop

We were on the road and needed to have lunch/dinner.
Used our Happy Cow app and found Habibi’s site.
Called ahead and the owner (Habibi) was so helpful. We explained that we were vegan and he worked out a great selection. Had our food ready when we arrived.
The hummus, stuffed grade leaves and salad were outstanding but the falafels and lentil soup were fanatic.
Sat in our car and watched wind surfers on Lake Erie while we stuffed our faces on great food.

Pros: The owner was so friendly and helpful , Absolutely reasonably priced, Excellent quality

Cons: Not close to I 90

saraolive

Points +33

Vegan
04 May 2019

Delicious Food and Great Atmosphere

I'm a longtime fan of the restaurant (and the attached hookah bar). Their food is absolutely amazing and their location on 14th Street across from the park is really nice. In nice weather, they have tables outside that face the park. I highly recommend everyone try the lentil soup. It might sound boring, but it's SO GOOD. They give you crispy pita crumbles and a lemon wedge to top it off and it tastes so fresh and tasty. The fatoush salad is full of delicious fresh herbs. Their falafel pita wrap is also amazing, just make sure you ask for it made with hummus instead of baba ganoush, because their baba ganoush isn't vegan (at least that's what they told me when I was there). If you like hookah, be sure to check out the adjacent hookah bar.

Pros: Tasty food, Pretty Location, Hookah bar

Cons: Service speed can be hit-or-miss

i-AlooFrawley

Points +34

Raw
22 Apr 2019

Delicious and Fresh

I think the tabbouleh is some of the best I have ever tasted, and it made me feel so good to eat! The baba ganoush is delicious and creamy, served with warm pitas, yummm. My lentil soup was bomb, and as a HARDCORE vegan, I really appreciated that I found such a cool spot to eat out with my parents (omnivores), and my sister (vegetarian). We were SHARING - ONE meal..we weren't eating 4 separate meals at the one table, which is how it feels sometimes :/

It is extremely important to me to eat meals with people that I love while engage in the community, too. For instance, the more I ask about vegan options, and show my beautiful shiny face to all the people in the restaurant, the more the comfortable the servers and chefs will become in providing assistance to those patrons like me, who show compassion to the animals through our diets. There is a good chance that our neighbors at the tables to the left and right heard the word 'vegan', and being out in public, I'm exposing the lifestyle to them. They might watch a colorful dish being swept past on the way to our table and be inspired to choose a healthy option; I know I have myself done so on many occasions. In our communities, we keep each other healthy.

I also am grateful to the restaurant itself for providing a space for omnivores to see that vegans can have a normal, full, delicious meal without any fussing or special requests or hassle! My dad was especially impressed by the amount of food, and how delicious the vegan dishes were, label-free and all. Sometimes the word itself can turn people off, but I'm happy to say that he recently chose the vegan option at a local place, and I think it has a lot to do with the availability of meat options, whereby HE is in control, and in deciding on the vegan OPTION, empowers himself to take better care of his body, gently and on his own. Thanks Habibi




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