Falafels made right!

Our Sudanese-style falafels are always a great hit! They are cooked to perfection, exploding with flavor, crispy on the outside and moist on the inside.

Plants taste good!

Whether you are vegan, or simply enjoy good food, you will find that our plant-based dishes are not only healthy, but also amazingly delicious.

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Ethics

Kindness is the best word to describe the core values that we stand by at Pure Food Organic Kitchen. We strive to create a work environment that is kind to our customers, to our team, and to our Mother Earth. We try to be kind to you by providing a healthier alternative for your body. We try to be kind to our team by creating a fair, cooperative, and cheerful work environment. We try to be kind to Mother Earth by using organic, local, GMO-free ingredients along with environmentally friendly packaging. At Pure Food Organic Kitchen, when you are happy, and the earth is happy, we also feel happy!

 

Integrity at Pure food Organic Kitchen means that we stand by our promise to serve you food that is organic and GMO free. While our restaurant itself is NOT certified USDA organic, we do our absolute best to make sure that our produce and other ingredients are either USDA certified organic or are sourced from farmers who we have done our due diligence to be confident that they are growing their produce without the use of any harmful pesticides or chemicals.

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"let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food"

--Hippocrates

Pure Sudanese Falafels!

Every region, country, cuisine or culture around the world has its plant-based dishes. These are dishes that are traditionally prepared without any animal products. Served daily, and enjoyed widely by both vegans and non-vegans alike in every culture, these plant-based dishes are amazingly delicious and healthy.

 

Depending on the the region they are made in, Falafels are usually shaped as balls or patties and are made with a variety of beans and different combinations of herbs and spices. They are most commonly made with chickpeas or fava beans and are deep-fried.

 

Falafels are a great option among a variety of other plant-based or vegan dishes that are traditionally made in different parts of the Middle-East. It is said that Falafels were origionally made by the Christian Egyptians to replace meat during lent as they are very nutritious and satisfying. Un-known to many, Sudan, which borders Egypt to the South, is also considered part of the Arab/African Middle-East and is heavily influenced by Middle-Eastern culture and tradition. In Sudan, falafels are sold at every street-corner in food carts or stands. The Sudanese falafel has a unique flavor that comes from the particular choice of beans, herbs, and spices it is made with.

 

Having been raised to a Sudanese family, Chef Amin has learned the traditional methods of making Sudanese falafels the right way. His training in the principles of health and balance through macrobiotics informs the way Pure Food Organic Kitchen prepares and serves our falafels and all other menu items. At pure food, we combine traditional ethnic flavors with the healthiest cooking techniques and ingredients. Our choice of frying-oil is a naturally extracted organic safflower oil, which is excellent for deep-frying because of its ability to withstand higher temperatures before reaching its smoking point. Our falafels are also offered baked and grilled, not only fried. This is because we really care to serve you food that is good for you while not sacrificing taste.

 

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