Time Out says
The name is simple but efficient. This cloud kitchen is one to keep an eye on if you’re in the mood for hummus with a twist.
Finding good hummus in Bangkok is not a hard task. The city is brimming with many good Middle Eastern restaurants that dish out this popular chickpea dip. Hummus Bangkok, in particular, is a favorite among vegetarians and food lovers who want a bit of a variety to the popular staple dish.
Operating as a cloud kitchen based out of Soi Sukhumvit 22, this venture was put up by Amir Pe’er, whose passion for Middle Eastern cuisine has translated into an impressive line-up that includes different types of hummus plus other tasty Arabic dishes.
Seven variations are offered for the hummus. The classic (B160) is still the bestseller, generously portioned and drizzled with an impressive amount of virgin olive oil. But if you want to live it up a little, try the other variations, which include Hummus Mushroom (B210), Hummus Shuke (B210) and Hummus Morning Glory (B210). All come with pita bread, house pickles, tomato salsa, zhug (Yemenite hot sauce), and Daga lime and garlic sauce.
To complete the feast, add some falafels with tahini sauce (B100/five pieces) or roasted cauliflower (B90) to your order. Salads, shakshuka curries and sandwiches are also available.
Drinks come by way of a very refreshing house blend (B50), which mixes pomegranate molasses, fresh lime juice and mint. End your meal with muhallebi (coconut pudding, B120).
Hummus Bangkok accepts delivery orders from Tuesday and Sunday between 10:45 to 23:00, via 08 0005 3575, foodpanda, LINE (@HummusBKK), LINE MAN, GrabFood, Gojek, or Robinhood.
Soi Sukhumvit 22
Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei
|Opening hours:||10:45-23:00 (Closed on Monday)|