Tagged with falafel

Jerusalem Garden Moved

Jerusalem Garden Moved

As you may have heard, Ann Arbor’s favorite Mediterranean restaurant, Jerusalem Garden, has moved from their tiny S Fifth Ave location to the former Seva location at 314 E Liberty St. We visited the day of their grand opening! The interior was been completely renovated and now features much more seating than their previous location, … Continue reading

Jerusalem Garden

Jerusalem Garden

Jerusalem Garden is a much-loved mainstay of the Ann Arbor eatery scene, but somehow I’ve never blogged about them before. Today I am here to remedy that. Having visited several times, I’ve developed a collection of several pictures of their cuisine. Cozy seating is available inside Jerusalem Garden, but I typically visit for take-out. Fresh … Continue reading

Falafel with Avocado Spread

Falafel with Avocado Spread

One of the most memorable foods I had on my recent trip to Paris, was this absolutely incredible Falafel Sandwich from the famous L’as Du Fallafel, located in Le Marais district of the city. There are several competing falafel shops in the area, complete with shop owners on the street yelling out promises of the … Continue reading

La Marsa Review

La Marsa Review

Fellow Ann Arborites may have noticed the new Mediterranean restaurant La Marsa on State Street, currently housed in the former Cosi location. Recently I went here for a weekend lunch. The Ann Arbor News reports that the tenants are, “partners in a string of Oakland County Middle Eastern restaurants,” and after viewing the menu and … Continue reading

Ahmo’s Falafel Plate

As you may have seen in a recent post, not longer ago I tried making falafel myself and it was quite a fail. The huz m recently tried Ahmo’s and liked it, and I have never been; so, tonight we decided to go for dinner so I could get my falafel fix (and the huz his gyro fix).  I … Continue reading

Salads, falafel, and tea; oh my.

This is a “catch-up” post for some eats over the last few days. Delicious salad with romaine, cukes, red pepper, red onion, broccoli, feta: Falafel fail. I LOVE falafel. I did NOT love this recipe. So BLAND. But it only cost me $1.67 to make ($.67 for chickpeas and $1 for pitas) and I had … Continue reading