At Bana, we wanted to visit for a long time, we heard a lot of good things about this vegan, colorful and dynamic restaurant and we weren’t disappointed. The place has indoor and a closed balcony (maybe it is open in summer). We ordered according to the waitress recommendations that was quite good for the most. “Bana” does not try to force the vegetables to dress up as meat, In Bana, they believe that veggies have something to offer in their own right. Don’t get me wrong I still love vegan “junk food” that looks like a dead pet dressed as food just like any other “crazy vegan”. But I believe that vegan food can also be wonderful in its simplicity without too much effort.
The bana crunchy green vegetable dish:
was the only one I think I could have passed, it was nice and tasty but the price was too expensive for my taste and it wasn’t as special as expected.
My wife took the Citrus Campri and the rest ordered a beer.
The bana Green Peas Msabbaha
a very nice and refreshing adaptation to the hummus-Msabbaha dish. bringing new flavors to a classic dish. we all loved it, and sure to take it again in the future.
Bana Sloppy beet
another nice adaptation of the nonvegan dish sloppy joe. It was sloppy as it should have been and we loved it.
spotted Beans with burnt beets in a Whole spelled bun, vegetables, sauces, with potatoes.
Bana Roasted mushrooms on chestnut puree:
with chopped herbs, walnuts, and a bit of nutmeg on top.
very well made with we just loved this dish. we cleaned the plate from the chestnut puree.
was served with tahini cauliflower and broccoli
it is Stuffed with eggplant and it was great! Made in a similar way to their excellent buns. everybody loved it.
An exciting place, hip and different, that invests in high quality, healthy, tasty, and enjoyable food, with a positive atmosphere. No wonder it’s full of people every night. I liked this place and my wife wants to come visit Bana again maybe for her birthday…