• N and J Cafe

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Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has freshly made hummus, tabbouleh, and pita bread. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-8:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by msdrpepper


Points +147

15 Aug 2022

Best Falafel

Falafel is so fresh and delicious! I love the fattoush too! One of the best options for Mediterranean in Wichita

Pros: So fresh



Points +16

30 Jun 2022

Excellent Food

They recently added vegan chicken that can be substituted on their chicken sharma hummus, garlic chicken, etc. One of the best places in Wichita to eat for a vegan. Was not allowed to give 5/5 because it's not 100% vegan menu; otherwise, I'd give 5/5.


Points +178

05 Jun 2017

Delicious Middle Eastern Food

I ordered the veggie combo appetizer, falafel sandwich, and tabouli salad. Everything was vegan except for the baba ghanouj was made with a yogurt base. I loved EVERYTHING! I will definitely be eating here again. The only thing that could have made it better was recyclable to-go materials.

Pros: fantastic flavors, variety of vegetarian and vegan options, fast service

Cons: styrofoam to-go box


Points +37

Mostly Veg
02 Feb 2011

The "Best" Midditerranean Restaurant ?? Maybe...

I hate to say one is better than the other, because Wichita is sooo blessed with Many Middle Eastern or Mediterranean restaurants... N&J's, Byblos, MIF Deli, LeMonde Cafe, College Hill Cafe & Catering, that's all I can think of right this minute. The Mediterranean Cafe over by the E. Target on Armour street near Towne East. Whatever. So this place does have meat, okay - beef, chicken, it's halal & kosher. But there's PLENTY to eat for vegetarians & vegans - baba ghanoush, hummus, many times a vegetarian soup like lentil soup or mushroom soups (SOO Yummy!), fattoush salads, can order a side of freshly prepared grilled veggies, cooked rice pilafs, lebnah (cheese), fresh made pita bread, it goes on and on. If you need help going, maybe the thinly-veiled threat/bribe of voluptuous Belly-dancing Beauties on Friday & Saturday nights will be enough to inspire you to come (or to come on a day/time when they will NOT be there, as you can be sure the place is packed on the weekends of Belly Dance performances!). The staff can seem a bit slow and disorganized about taking & delivering orders - they seem to have rules of their own, and I've yet to figure out the pattern. But when it arrives, the food never disappoints. They also prepare foods to go, so I've been known to show up and get a huge order of Tabouli to go with a side of hummus and pita bread. It's all good. Oh and they have a grocery store off to the side, so you can shop for all kinds of exotic imported canned foods, fresh breads, lebnah cheese, bulk nuts & seeds, and you mustn't forget to avail yourself of the wonderfully made baklava made there at N&J's (why do you think it is called N&J Cafe & Bakery?? It's no joke!).

Pros: Freshly Prepared, healthy cuisine, Big portions! (can share!)

Cons: only one in town, Smoking is allowed :-(, Closed on Sundays

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