• Nuba - Kitsilano

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  • White Veg-options
Juice bar
Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Like the other Nuba restaurants, this one has a menu that marks the vegetarian and vegan items: mezze, lentil dishes, the Najib's special (lemon cauliflower). Nice, intimate setting on several floors. Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-3:00pm, Mon-Thu 5:00pm-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 5:00pm-10:00pm, Sat 11:30am-4:30pm.

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7 Reviews

First Review by sarahveg


Points +3232

12 Feb 2023

Excellent Lebanese

The Ⓥ menu is clearly labeled and everything is delicious, though heavy, heads up! If you like the other locations, you’ll love this one too. The interior architecture is beautiful.


12 Feb 2023


Points +95

30 Dec 2022

Vancouver favourite

Nuba is my go-to restaurant for introducing non-vegans to vegan delights. My favourite dishes are the Najib’s special, hummus, baba ganoush, and lentil dish. Incredible for sharing! Love that there are so many locations in the city each with their own unique specials.

Pros: Fresh and abundant vegan options, Great for sharing, Many Vancouver locations


Points +839

10 Nov 2019

Cauliflower heaven

Can't go wrong with Nuba. Plenty of vegan options, all of which are healthy and delicious.


Points +422

15 Jul 2019

Safe bet for the neighbourhood, but limited options

Nuba is a good place to go if you are in Kitsilano and are with people who insist on eating meat. There are clearly labeled vegan and vegetarian options and the staff is knowledgeable, but there are just a couple of options on the menu and so it is a little bit boring going back after you've already been there a few times.

Pros: Clearly labelled vegan options, Good bet for a stretch of Kits with few veg spots

Cons: Just a couple options, a bit boring, Very salty in my experience, Fresh and delicious hummous


Points +90

30 May 2018


Get the vegan feast, lots of food for not that expensive. Supper yummy hummus and falafel and cauliflower !!!

Pros: Vegan options, HUMMUS, falafel, cauliflower

Cons: Can be expensive


Points +47

11 Jun 2016

Just Average

Went to Nuba in Kits last night for a friends birthday. We made reservations, so we didnt wait too long for seating. It took them a little while to take our orders, so I'd say the service was average. My friend and I shared le petit feast which was a nice vegan friendly option- just watch out for the feta cheese and the yogurt dip. The pitas were unfortunately served cold and the rest of the dishes were a little lacking in flavour. What stood out to me were the cauliflower (mmm!), crispy/crunchy falafels and the tabbouleh salad. The hummus and baba ghanoush were okay, but not outstanding. I also found the salad way too oily. Maybe my expectations were too high, having eaten super delicious vegan food at other places for a fraction of the price.

Pros: Various vegan friendly options, Options to share/try various dishes

Cons: Expensive , Average tasting food-pitas were cold!, Dim lighting


Points +39

08 Dec 2015

Lovely lentils

We had a lentil dish (and hummus, and rice, and salad, and olives, and many other dishes) that I am dreaming about months later. I would definitely recommend this as a lunch or dinner destination in Vancouver.

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