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First Review by jrfishe1

good hummus and falafel - Edit

Ate here for dinner. had the 'veggie mix' which came with falafel, hummus, wok cooked veggies, salad, rice and... crisps. reasonable size meal, not massive, was enough for dinner. Paid $11,500 and bottle of Aguila was $3,500. not amazing but was satisfied. if you go for lunch between 12-3 you get free soup and juice.

Pros: quick and friendly service, falafel and hummus was tasty, Lunch includes free juice and soup

Cons: Nothing

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Cozy, Friendly and Filling - Edit

My husband and I ordered the two vegan friendly entrees available - a Falafel wrap and the Mixed Vegetarian Plate which included Falafel, Hummus, Salad, Rice, Stir Fried Veggies & Papas Fritas. We really enjoyed the Falafel and the Stir Fried Veggies. The rest was just "okay".

My favorite part of this place was the ambience - a teeny tiny hole-in-the-wall with friendly table service and many young bogotanos dining there.

Pros: Cozy, Value, Service

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vegan options - Edit

I ate here a few nights for dinner & el loto azul for lunch as they were about the best options in the area. The vegatarian/vegan option is good deal for dinner for less than $10000pesos or the falafel with hummus pita or wrap is good for 6000 or 7000 & i enjoyed the homemade herbal tea on the cold evening.

Pros: cheap for dinner, good choices, fast service

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Good central option - Edit

This is one of the few veggie friendly places in the city centre and very easy to find. The combo plate was about $10000 COP (I think), and came with falafel, hummus, lentils & rice, salad, chips and stir fry. It was really tasty. Not many tables, so you may have to wait if it's busy.

Pros: Tasty food, Location

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Great cheap food, open late - Edit

This is one of very few veggie-friendly places open for dinner in Bogota, and I think it's open later than anywhere else that we visited. For about $5 you can get a combo plate with falafel, hummus, lentils & rice, salad, homemade peppery potato chips, and stir fry. The mix of Chinese and Middle Eastern food is odd, but it works. The stir fry was solid and the falafel was the best we've had in Latin America. It is on a busy street, and with the very large door open the restaurant pretty much reeks of diesel exhaust, so next time we'd probably get take out.

Pros: cheap, open late, great food

Cons: full of bus exhaust

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