• Mishkenut

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Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Mediterranean cuisine. Has falafel, baba ganoush, sandwiches, and a vegetable entree. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-10:00pm.

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11 Reviews

First Review by JoaquinoaPhoenix


Points +299

26 Feb 2022

Great food, if you have the time to spare.

As a heads up, the menu doesn’t clearly label what is vegan/vegetarian and what isn’t. Some items say “can be made vegan” but not all vegan items are listed like that.

Server was nice, and the food tasted authentic and fresh. The biggest issue we had was the wait time.

We went on a Friday 6pm and there was only one other group dining in. We placed our order and the first appetizer didn’t come out until 40 mins into our time there. This wasn’t some kind of huge, complex appetizer either — it was literally 6 falafel balls.

By the time our entrees arrived, we had been there over an hour. There was no apology or explanation for the delay. The food we ordered was very basic, so should not have taken even half that time to put together.

Overall, I would return here but only for takeout and if I have plenty of time.

Pros: Authentic, fresh food.

Cons: Service was not very attentive, Ridiculous wait times



Points +16

17 Oct 2021

Delicious wraps

Save time and order ahead but it's worth the wait. Eggplant and falafel wrap, spicy, is very delicious and always fresh.

Pros: Decent amount of vegan options.

Cons: Wait times can be long if you don't order ahead.


Points +164

05 Oct 2019

Small little restaurant

We told them we were vegan. We ordered the Mish Platter. We got the veggie platter covered in cheese instead :(. They corrected it. Their falafel wrap is delightful. Everything else was meh...

Pros: Inexpensive , Falafel is delicious

Cons: Don’t understand vegans , Hummus and baba ghanoush were not good


Points +196

29 Mar 2019

Worth the Wait

The flavors were exquisite! We waited 45 min. for food, but I'd do it again! Excellent! I had the vegan sampler and he was able to sub cucumbers for pita bread to make it gluten free for me.


Points +70

23 May 2018


Small little cafe.

Pros: Veg options available

Cons: No specifically vegan options


Points +5631

08 Mar 2018

The Real Deal

This is a little hole-in-the-wall place with about 10 tables inside. Very casual.

Start with Lebanese tea, mint tea or Turkish coffee. Try the lentil soup. Lots of vegan salads to choose from. Appetizers include baba ghanouj, falafel, sautéed mushrooms, hummus, grape leaves. Vegetarians can also have the feta with Olive oil or the Labana which is yogurt, sumac, mint and olive oil.

They have a vegetarian lasagna and a veggie plate with sautéed zucchini onion carrots broccoli cauliflower and feta over steamed rice. They also have a number of delicious Mediterranean wraps which can be easily veganized by leaving out the feta. I highly recommend the eggplant falafel wrap and the cauliflower falafel wrap.

Baklava and chocolate mousse for dessert.

This said, I didn't find the flavors that great. Food was just ok. Great if you're in the area but I wouldn't go out of my way to come here.


Points +157

03 Jan 2018

Good Mediterranean food

They have a good selection of vegan foods. Hummus is delicious and the falafel is good too. The eggplant and cauliflower wrap/pita is wonderful. Many choices. The mint tea is awesome.

Pros: Good price , Great selection , Friendly service

Cons: When it’s busy it’s a little slow


Points +41

05 Oct 2017

Must stop

I've been traveling to NWI for years, Mishkenut is a must stop every time. All vegetarian options are delicious!

Pros: Family owned, extremely friendly


Points +720

27 Feb 2017






Points +72

03 Oct 2016

Great Food!!!

lots of vegan options. best lentil soup ever!! Also, ask about the chocolate, she makes them vegan sometimes!!

Pros: best lentil soup in the area, super affordable


Points +16

23 Apr 2016

Wonderful Vegan Food

An absolutely wonderful, little gem I discovered right in my backyard! They have some really great (and plentiful) vegan and vegetarian options, for appetizers and entrees, and the food is absolutely delicious. Not to mention, best Turkish coffee I've had. Nice staff and inexpensive, as well. Would definitely recommend, and will be my new staple for nights when I just can't muster up the energy to cook.

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