What do they offer at Djimalaya?
The kitchen is Israeli. The subtitle says “Hummus & Grill”. With this you can already imagine what kind of dishes are on the menu. So that you can get an exact picture and know whether it is worth going there, I want to give you a detailed insight on what the have on offer.
Obviously there are hummus plates. The basic version is served with olives, pita bread, pickled cucumber and a chili-garlic-lemon sauce and it is vegan. As an add-on you can order beef kebab, chicken skewer or spinach mushroom pan. The latter is also vegan.
The second focus – grilled dishes – offers chicken shashlik, beef kebab, lamb hip, salmon fillet and, as a vegan option, stuffed aubergine. The side dishes include hummus, s’chug (a spicy sauce of Yemeni origin), grilled vegetables and pita bread.
Side dishes can be shared in balagan style (balagan = chaos, mess). Falafel, tabbouleh, haloumi, sweet potatoes and much more are served here. Most of it is vegan.