Thursday, January 17, 2013
I am never in this area, but I had a Doctor’s appointment on that side of town as well as a Groupon that I had purchased almost a year ago that was about to expire so I decided to give Hummus House a try.
After finding the location and walking in to what seemed like an empty building, someone came up front from the back to take my order.
I had previously checked out the menu online so I already knew what I wanted.I had the Veggie Falafel Pita (Falafel, Greens, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Red Onions, Tahini Dressing, Roasted Garlic Hummus $6.19) and on the side I got the Guacamole Hummus (Traditional Hummus blended with Avocado and homemade Pico De Gallo served with Pita Chips $2.99)
The Guacamole Hummus was just OK. I could have made it just as good at home in my Food Processor, however the Pita Chips alone made it completely worthwhile.
They were thick and fried to a crisp, and were seasoned nicely.
The Veggie Falafel Pita was decent, a little on the dry side but overall good.
My friend had ordered the Traditional Gyro Pita, and I secretly wished that I had ordered that one because he said it was really good.
Doubtful that I will make the trek back to that side of town just for Pita Chips, but if you are in that area they are pretty good.
Posted by d at 10:06 PM