Hummus Bros serves homemade hummus with a selection of toppings, scooped out of your own individual bowl with warm pitta bread, accompanied by salads, desserts and juices.
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I came here for Lunch and had a nice little meal.
They have a really simple and straightforward menu; lots of hummus dishes with various toppings.
I got one with chicken and sun-dried tomatos and found it to be delightfully flavored and spiced.
The aloe vera water is a nice refreshing beverage -- I'd recommend it.
I found their hummus a little dry to my taste; it could probably use a little...more
Best hummus I've ever tasted. A bit expensive for the few food there is in the plate, not a lot of space and tables you have to share with other people. But the hummus is so damn good!more
Simple tables (benches), simple menu.
Great hummus and great service.
Their hummus has a real earthy chickpea flavour - not as creamy as some I've tasted - and it's definitely toned down on the garlic, but it's really tasty. We tried it with the chunky beef and some tzatziki.
Main problem - price! Guess it's Soho, but it's a bit sad to pay near enough £10 for hummus and two bits of pitta....more
Hummus Bros was one of my favourite places to get lunch from when I worked near Oxford Circus. (Yalla Yalla, Pizza Pilgrims, Benugo, The Kati Roll Company, and Vital Ingredient were my other regular stops, in case you are curious.)
I am a huge fan of hummus, and have occasionally accidentally made a meal out of bread and the outstanding red pepper hummus from Planet Organic, so the concept...more
What's everyone else rating here, because this place was a massive disappointment.
My taller half came home with two hummus bowls (one beef, one chicken), tortilla chips and carrot sticks as the gluten-free sides. Something possessed her to try their tabbouleh, too.
The bowls are certainly large and impressive, but that's where the joy ends. I ask you, Hummus Bros, what flavour profile are...more