Middle Eastern street food? Yes please. The newly opened restaurant Shouq in Zeist serves all the classics – and more – and also cooks vegetarian and almost completely plant-based dishes. Colourful, tasteful and – let’s just say it again – pita sabich.
We can’t get enough of it: Middle Eastern cuisine. The flavors are rich and spicy, the colors bright and cheerful and the structures addictively delicious. And that is exactly what we find on the menu of restaurant Shouq in Zeist. Bonus points: the entire menu is vegetarian and for the most part plant-based.
Mezzes, hummus and pitas
We like what we see elsewhere on the menu: freshly baked pita’s from the stone oven, filled with homemade falafel, hummus or one with sabich. That one irresistible yes, with fried aubergine, about which we wrote a hymn earlier .
But the pitas only make up a small part of the menu. Because mezzes are of course also available: from a classic creamy baba ganoush and pita chips with tahina dip to matboucha : a spread of tomatoes, grilled peppers and bell pepper.
Hummus urge? These are also available in different variants: in addition to the classic variant, you can also opt for a mushroom or cauliflower topping.
Complete unpacking? Then go for the Chef’s choice: a selection of different dishes and salad for 15 euros per person. We find a sympathetic amount. Another small shout out to the interesting dips we see, such as amba of fresh and dried mango or zchug: a spicy variant with peppers, coriander and parsley.
In short: enough to mix and match at restaurant Shouq.
The address of Shouq in Zeist
You can find Shouq at Slotlaan 216 in Zeist.
Check the opening times and more information on the website .
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