Hummus Amamusi offers over 25 different hummus flavors. It is served with bread and bottomless veggies, fresh and pickled. My favorite flavors would be caramelized onion and sauerkraut, but honestly, there are so many, it’s a challenge to try them all! Recently, truffle hummus joined the forces and it is the best thing I have ever eaten in my life. (Maybe I am exaggerating a tiny bit, but it is amazing.)
Hummus Amamusi cooperates with other local manufacturers: the pita bread is made by the same baker who makes it for a local Jewish religious community, and the kimchi is provided by Las Vegans, kimchi manufacturers from Krakow. The truffle hummus came about when a nearby pizza place, Placek Wolnica, asked Hummus Amamusi to create a new hummus flavor for their upcoming sandwich. It is a beautiful example of members of the community supporting one another!
It is not all about the hummus – you can go ahead and pop in for some breakfast, as Hummus Amamusi has some great choices, like Turkish and Kurdish menamen eggs and sweet cinnamon syrup omelets (both are available as vegan, chickpea-based, options). On top of all that, Hummus Ammamusi runs a little pantry shop – apart from jarred hummus, they sell natural honey, jams, kimchi, chickpea ‘Nutella’, and other tasty treats!
I can’t recommend this place enough. It is quite small, so if you want to make sure you get a place to sit, it is better to come during the week!