Mediterranean Concept Nish Nush Opens Second Unit

    Industry News | November 24, 2015

    Coming off the success of its first location in Tribeca, Eyal Hen, part owner and founder of Nish Nush announced the opening of the second location of this Mediterranean-inspired restaurant. Offering a completely kosher and vegetarian menu, multiple flavors of hummus and falafel are made fresh daily in the restaurant.

    Eyal Hen along with his partners/childhood friends Eyal Asulin and Shai Sudai, have created a healthy eatery that features fresh, quality ingredients with an extensive menu. Perfect for those needing a quick healthy meal, generous servings are set a at a competitive price point. The first rendition of the restaurant was established in 2011, in Park Slope under the name, Chick P. It later was rebranded as the first location of Nish Nush in Tribeca in 2012.

    “Great efforts have been put into perfecting the dishes and menu at Nish Nush,” says Eyal Hen, part owner of Nish Nush. “We’ve worked hard to bring this concept to New York City and the feedback thus far has been nothing but positive. We are excited to bring our restaurant to the Financial District for everyone to enjoy.”

    In addition to the multiple flavors of hummus and falafel, other signature dishes include: Shakshuka, maza, homemade soups, unique salads, and fresh drink selections such as Lemonana. The menu also features gluten-free options and homemade desserts including traditional baklava that is imported from Israel.

    With locations in Tribeca and the Financial District, Nish Nush (which means snack in Hebrew) is a Mediterranean restaurant specializing in kosher, vegetarian, and vegan cuisine. A Hebrew term for snack, Nish Nush is a healthy, delicious and quick meal option for city-dwellers and visitors alike. The menu features fresh ingredients with gluten-free options as well as a variety of hummus and falafel flavors. 

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