The Hummus Club
258 William Street, Northbridge, Perth Northbridge, WA
After two years of street vending, those Middle Eastern food vibes from The Hummus Club are bringing a brand new horizon to Northbridge.
We are pleased in seeing some already existed dishes from the market again, as well as some new and familiar names on the menu. To be honest, who will challenge the food quality of The Hummus Club? Foods are still as good as the days when we all rushing to the market and queuing up for the hummus. So I reckon you either going there earlier or making the reservations because this place is crowded crazily especially on the weekend! (After dining in, I finally understand the reason of being packed.)
In case some of you might wonder about the portions of the dishes or over-ordering, it would be perfect to go for one hummus and two shares for two diners.
I don’t have a big interest and even knowing nothing about Middle Eastern cuisine, but at least I am not refusing it. Having every single bite of beautifully pan-fried mushrooms and hummus, on top of the Lebanese bread, I ended my Friday night perfectly.
Simply asking: At what temperature is hummus best served? Cold/ warm? I was kind of curious when I realised they served me a cold one. I am wondering was it because I took the pictures for too long or what? Then I googled it and there are too many sayings that I don’t know which ones are real.
These golden chickens were surely one of the best fried chickens we have ever tasted. They were both crispy and juicy at the same time without any overcooked. The light and fluffy garlic toum alongside were impressive and somehow balancing the flavour of the chicken. Dipping the beautiful fried chickens into the awesome toum really turned the whole dish into another level.
The light and fluffy garlic toum alongside were impressive and somehow balancing the flavour of the chicken. Dipping the beautiful fried chickens into the awesome toum really turned the whole dish into another level.
I seldom eat kefta because most of the restaurants don’t make them right in terms of the flavour and texture. I don’t know how an authentic kefta should be, but at least not something dry or overcooked.
The kefta in The Hummus Club was well flavoured and tender. The whole combination worked so well and it tasted really nice. The only let down was that the kefta could have been juicer. Otherwise, it is almost perfect.