Want Tasty Vegetarian Variety? Try Arabiata!


I don’t know about you, dear readers, but one of my favorite things to do growing up was eat out.  Since we’ve become vegan, we avoid eating out for various reasons, but when we find an establishment that has a variety of vegan dishes or is willing to tailor menu items to fit our needs, we become loyal customers.  That’s why we want to tell you all about Arabiata.

Arabiata is a local Egyptian chain of restaurants that serves up traditional Egyptian favorites.  Historically, they became famous for their fava beans (slow-cooked or medames and fried in the form of tameyia [or felafel].  Gradually they added a slew of other dishes, including a lot of vegetarian options.  VERY reasonably priced, you can get your fill for just a few Egyptian pounds!  Here are a few shots of the vegetarian items on the menu (*not all of the items are vegan).

And now – for the best part, here’s what we ordered:

 

Arabiata Salad Bar with Egyptian pickles (Mary's favorite!)

Foul Iskandarani (Fava Beans, Alexandrian style - with tahina and parsley - and other fixin's)

Alexandrian Style Tamaya (Felafel - with hot chilis)

Regular, small tameya (felafel) - I can not resist these!

I told you I can't resist them!

Foul (fava beans) with tomato sauce and garlic!!!

 

You can order delivery from Arabiata by calling: 16919, as you see below, or….

You can visit any of their branches all over greater Cairo including those listed below:

 

For our non-Arabic speaking friends: Korba, Roxy, Heliopolis Club, Tayran St., Rihab City, British University, New Heliopolis Club, Golf City, El Abour

 

Try it and let us know what you think.

Alf Hana!!!

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2 responses to “Want Tasty Vegetarian Variety? Try Arabiata!

  1. Everything looks wonderful, I would love to visit that place!

  2. I totally agree with you ; Arabiata was my favourite place to eat out ; good and cheap. But I prefer the meat dishes (the Grilled chicken with mushroom sauce) ; but I’m not vegetarian 😉

    Salam !

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