• Yafo Kitchen - Morrison Shopping Center

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Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fast-casual Mediterranean and Middle Eastern street food with house-made bread, sauces, falafel, and juices. Menu clearly marks vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dishes, sides, and sauces, and all of the "build your own" options - grain bowl, hummus bowl, wrap are vegan by default unless you choose meat as your protein. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-10:00pm, Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

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3 Reviews

First Review by reasonsays


Points +20

13 Jan 2020

Delicious food

I love the food here and I always find vegan options. There is plenty of oil in their food, so if you’re trying to avoid added oil, choose carefully.

Pros: Delicious vegan options, Food is 5 stars

Cons: Not well organized. The line should move faster.



Points +892

30 Dec 2019

A firm favourite and hands down best Mediterranean food in town!

Canteen style, fast causal dining. Fresh, fresh, fresh food with amazing flavour. Worst thing is sometimes a long queue to wait being served but it’s so worth it at the end of the day as the food is so damn good! Bonus that they also serve alcohol. It’s not fancy but it sure is great food! Best Hummus ever and organic! Can only give ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ as it’s not 100% vegan.

Pros: Lots of options , Great Prices , Fresh and fast

Cons: Can be long wait times at peak hours , No vegan desserts


Points +38

11 Dec 2019

Fresh and fast

The food here is always good and piping hot. I tend to get takeout, and on the rare occasions I haven't been able to pick up my order in a timely fashion, they make a fresh meal at no extra charge and extremely quickly. (I don't request this, because the idea of being an inconvenience is horrifying to me, but it's according to their standards.)

With several "build your own" options, you can customize your meal however you want and keep it completely vegan with ease. A menu that clearly labels what I can and can't eat is a blessing, though some items - like amba sauce and tabbouleh - aren't marked as vegan despite not typically containing animal products. I haven't asked about the specific ingredients of those yet.

Over all, a very nice place with delicious food and friendly workers. I mean, I know it's their job to be friendly, but they're good at it.

Updated from previous review on 2019-12-11

Pros: Fresh food, Varied menu, Great service

Cons: No vegan desserts

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