Love this place. Visiting for the UK and was amazed at the food selection, not a vegan but could easily be converted if the UK had restaurants like this. Very trendy / hippester vibe
in the last week
Vegan place. Was told fries are amazing - they are only good. Not that crispy. Had the schnitzel, which was really good. Salad was nice and had a great tangy/spicy dressing. I would eat here again.
2 weeks ago
One of my favourite restaurants in the city. The food is delicious and you get huge portions. I've always had great service there too.
3 weeks ago
Great place! Tasty vegan food, with a filling portion size. Mediterranean cuisine, and I have to say as an Indian, I found it quite close to Indian style food, in a good way! Super friendly staff. Interesting decor. Did not try the drinks and dessert but they looked interesting. Not too expensive either.
a month ago
**Updated review** Came here with a group of friends over the weekend and unfortunately giving Chickpea a second try was a bad call. The quality of the food, while some flavours were standouts, was overall, quite disappointing! The Cauliflower of Life was literally a half-dome of boiled cauliflower with toppings. It was exceptionally bland and unpalatable. The smoked eggplant was quite good flavour-wise, but the accompanying chickpea fries were undercooked - some were cold and gelatinous when bitten into. Ordered a couple of hot beverages - both turned up slightly above room temperature at best. The falafel was so hard and dry, was like eating dust. Salads usually are well dressed but this time was dry. Overall the food lacked seasoning. SALT! The server was very pleasant and we enjoyed his accommodating service given the party size. But, the food was such a let down. Hot tips for Chickpea 1) simplify your menu. It's plain confusing 2) stick to your strengths like the chickpea fries and do them WELL; reduce the number of items on the menu 3) improve your quality control for beverages and food especially during busy times.