It’s a lazy and sunny Saturday and after walking around in the sun for a couple of hours I just feel like having something light, tasty, unique. You can find Falafel pretty much everywhere in Frankfurt, but at Hummus Küch’ you get so much more. Hummus Küch’ is a Israeli snack bar, perfect for light meals throughout the whole day.
Hummus Küch’ creates a cozy environment in a very simple and unpretentious manner. The dishes are plain, honest and delicious, offering Middle-Eastern flavours, and smells so unique.
I am particularly fond of the Schakschuka, a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes and chili peppers, but on a warmer day, delicacies like Ful (a dish of cooked fava beans served with vegetable oil), Hummus (a chickpea/Tahini paste) or Borekas (a cheese-filled phyllo pastry) make for a delightful snack. My favourite way to enjoy Hummus Küch’ is with a small group: we order a series of different dishes and everyone gets to taste a bit of everything! It makes for the perfect end of a Museum-hopping afternoon or a long walk along the river.
Indeed a very special Middle-Eastern Sachsenhausen gem!