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Plant Based comfort food with a Mediterranean twist. The newly opened restaurant has expanded on the already bumping Food trucks menu and vibe and took it to a whole other level. Spreading the Chickpeace in East Vancouver- 4298 Main street. We also do caterings and deliveries. **Most of our ingredients are organic & all of our meals can be made gluten free**
Our daughter (the vegetarian) recommended this place and we were pleasantly surprised. We had The Platter, which included chickpea fries (absolutely delicious) and a wide variety of small tasting dishes (hummus, pickles, beets, falafel etc.) and exceeded our expectations.The place was packed by 7 pm....More
Came here for brunch with my mother. I ordered the Shakshuka with falafel and Turkish coffee. My mother had the sabich and chai latte. Everything was quite flavourful and delicious. There was a large party happening at the same time we were there and the...More
Great food. I had the fafafel pita and it was excellent. Falafels were good and the pita was stuffed with a nice mix of crispy vegies. Wide choice of tahini sauce to put on it. Only minor quibble - the crispy eggplant was buried in...More
I love Chickpea. I've never had to wait too long for a table, and even when I did wait, the neighbourhood is fun to walk around. As a vegan, the food is fantastic. You choose a main dish from the menu and then choose whether...More
Very busy restaurant so going early is a good idea and unfortunately they only take reservations of 6 or more people. The food itself is very good! I recommend the chickpea fries. We don't even miss the meat because the flavors are so precise and...More
We went to Chickpea tonight and were really excited as it has been on our list of places to try for a long time. The good things are the service and generous portion sizes, but we were kind of disappointed with the food. It wasn't...More
Interesting concept for a vegan restaurant. Has a nice, hipster, family friendly vibe.
The portions are good, and the food is quite delicious. The shakshuka was incredible. I couldn't get enough of the chickpea fries.
The entrée portions are very wholesome. But the taste is...More