The shakshouka is excellent. I ended up pouring too much of the lemon garlic into the hummus so it was not as good as it could have been. The pita is excellent as well as all the garnishes that came with the meal. Service was very friendly and prompt.
I love hummus and supposedly Zula has the best one in the city. I ended up here with a friend of mine on a gloomy Berlin day, so perfect time for some nice mint tea and hummus. The basic hummus platter, which comes with amazing pita, is cheap and delicious. My personal fav is to get hummus as well as tabbouleh salad and then build a little pita sandwich. I generally love salad and hummus so perfect combo for me. The little tabbouleh salad runs for around €3 and is pretty big and delicious. The reason why I am "only" giving 4 starts is the fact that even though the place was not that full, the service was super slow! I mean super slow and the fired aubergine with tahini I can also do without, but the hummus is great!
I generally lead a slovenly and unhealthy life. I like living this way, but every once in a while I have a come-to-Jesus moment when I see the light (however dim) to change my ways and have at least one nutritious meal.
I was down on my knees on Husemannstr. and when I looked up, there was Zula. I took it as a sign, so I went in, ordered a sandwich and fulfilled my penance. The hummus was velvet smooth and the pita was pitacious.
I love falling into the I-had-a-healthy-meal-that-allows-me-to-eat-junk trap. Sorta like being born again...weekly.
The hummus is probably the best in Berlin. I read on ToyTown it is the same guy who once had the legendary place on Kastanienallee and went checking. I couldn't recognise that guy, but the Hummus is absolutely amazing.
The waitress is very nice, and there's a corner for the kids outside the restaurant.
Bathroom is clean, and there are also magazines to read.
we meet with a couple of friends there who really like hummus and they had visited it before. for me it wad the first hummus restaurant.i had a small portion of the hummus champignon. you get with it some lemon juice and spicy paprika sauce as well as prickles,olives, onions and for sure bread (pita).for drinks they have freshly made juices (e.g. carrot-orange-ginger). so the food is really to oily for me but it is also no real evening meal,more like a snack, even the big portion.so the taste for food and drinks was average. the service was nice as well as the cappuccino.but it was all the time really cold there. in conclusion food/drinks OK,service nice and friendly but really cold room I would like to give 3.5 stars. If you like hummus you definitely have to go there once and taste for yourself, if not you don't loose anything.
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