So much food, but no meat. I really didn't miss it though, the hummus and bread was so good. Stop here if you can.
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Best hummus ever! Friendly and cheap. be aware that it closes as soon as the day's made hummus is finished. Not sure if open in the evening.
This place is definitely worth the visit. The hummus is absolutely divine, I could probably even say the best I have had in Israel! I wish I had more time in Tel Aviv, I’d definitely be there every day. I only wish I found this...More
Having seen this featured on the Netflix series “Somebody Feed Phil”, there was never any doubt that we would be visiting this establishment. The restaurant makes once batch of hummus a day and once it’s gone, it’s gone. That said, we arrived at 2pm and...More
I actually don't really like hummus. I eat it, but never by choice. The same applies to felafel. So, by weight of numbers, I went to the legendary Abu Hassan. It was fine to wait in line for 15 minutes. That is a good sign....More
We arrived about 1:15 and needed to wait about 5 minutes for a table. The tables turn very quickly. We were shown to a shared table and were had two different kinds hummus and two bottles of water for 56 shekels. The hummus was incredibly...More
A friend from Tel-Aviv told me this was the best humus place in Israel and it indeed was! I loved the soft texture and the flavor. Furthermore, the price of 20 shekel was a positive surprise for that quality!
This was my first time enjoying hummus, and I've been told there is no better place to experience but at Abu Hassan's. I had lunch here (hummus with spices), and there was an enormous crowd at the place, both inside and outside of the building...More
Fantastic light hummus and soft fresh pita bread. We were looked after well by the guys there, who offered us a seat then said 'don't worry, I'll give you the best', then brought out a nice large plate of fluffy tasty hummus, chilli, onions and...More