The Hummus Club
When a restaurant is as jam-packed as the menu is compact, you know the food has got to be consistently good. In keeping with its namesake, the star dish honours a traditional recipe using WA grown chickpeas served with freshly baked Iraqi bread and beef, mushroom, salad or whatever the chef dreams up. There’s plenty of mezze plates and baklava ice-cream sandwich or rose water granita to finish, not to mention a good selection of brews, cocktails and wines, including a few drops from Lebanon. Embracing Middle-Eastern culture, the walls are lined with artworks, including works from light and calligraphy artist Karim Jabbari. “We exist to break stereotypes and challenge people’s misconceptions of the Middle East,” says co-owner Kaitlin Zammar.