An unexpected interval in Whangarei saw us end up here, guided by Trip Advisor, and we're so glad we did! All 4 of us greatly enjoyed the delicious Israeli treats on offer. Would recommend the shakshuka
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Fat Camel is modelled on a typical Israeli cafe, and the food is Israeli / Middle Eastern. The falafels are the best and their hummus is also great. Good coffee options and they do cabinet food as well as hot food. They have plenty of...More
We generally go for the platters as there as so many different taste combinations available with them. The food is always fresh, and you don't feel guilty eating it.
Rour of us had baba ganoogh, chicken shawarmas and shaksuka. All items were well prepared and service was good. We also had bakavas which were good.
Nice atmosphere in this small, informal cafe, and good middle eastern food, but what stood out for me most is how absolutely freezing cold it is in the restaurant in the evenings. I was wearing a thick sweater and a jacket zipped up to my...More
We got the falafel plate, falafel pita, pickled plate (onions, olives, cucumbers, sundried tomatoes, artichoke hearts), shakshuka, and combo plate. Hot Tea on a cold night is great, and it was very helpful they were open later in Whangarei. The skhug was cilantro-y- and spicy...More
Lovely fresh kebabs with original sauces. Falafel was simple but some of the best we've had in the region. Definitely a step up from the usual kebab places. Worth the stop!