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13 King George V St · interesting places nearby
The photos of loyal customers that cover the walls are testament to the longevity of this simple hummus joint, which is so popular that it can be almost impossible to get inside during the lunchtime rush. The half-chickpea, half-fuul (fava-bean paste) hummus option is served with a powerful and delicious garlic and green-chilli paste.
Other menu options include shakshuka (a rich egg-and-tomato breakfast dish served in a frying pan), soup and couscous.