Inside the busy Kosher restaurant, you can certainly feel the cozy community vibe. With only three small tables on each side of the room, you’ll be getting cozy with your neighbours pretty fast. The kitchen is right behind the cash at the front and is surrounded by two large Israel-inspired murals.
Dr. Laffa Eats
Hummus with Fried Eggplant ($8.99)
Hummus with Falafel ($8.99)
Sabich ($5.50 for Pita, $6.99 for Laffa)
Fresh Cut Fries
Drinks Imported from Israel
The evening at Dr. Laffa concluded with this classic Israeli treat- it kind of tastes like a soft marshmallows cream covered with a crisp dark chocolate shell.
Kosher-keeper or treif-eater, Suburbanite or downtown dweller, I would definitely recommend heading to Dr. Laffa for an authentic Middle Eastern meal. Trust me, you won’t regret the trip. Dr Laffa is located at 3023 Bathurst Street and closes every week on Friday after sundown and Saturday for Shabbat. For more information on their sit down, take-out, catering and delicious, check out their website here.
Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietitian, an avid food writer and blogger, a cookbook author and the founder of Abbey’s Kitchen Inc.