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The Laffa Laffa street food eatery on Malaya Bronnaya opened its doors in the fall of 2014. Laffa, a kind of a thin flatbread, is hugely popular in Israel and Lebanon as a wrap for meat, vegetable, or falafel stuffing as well as a side for practically any dish. The only problem with laffa is that it quickly gets stale, so it is usually baked right before serving. This is the way the bake it at Laffa Laffa – fast and right on time, like everything else.
The main dish here is, of course, shawarma: exactly like the one you could get from a street vendor in Tel Aviv or Beirut, cooked on coal fire – and on coal fire only – by Levantine expats.
The restaurant’s ambience follows its general concept. The colorful graffiti on the walls courtesy Evgeny Ches and Alexey Kru of the FORMA Agency add some street zest to the interior design and branding created by the DAFtwo architectural bureau.
Laffa Laffa’s menu features the all-time Middle Eastern cuisine favorites such as baba ghanoush, hummus and falafel. The options in the Laffa section include a choice of the yeast-free or regular flatbread and a customizable set of meat, other stuffings, and sauces, as well as cheese or meat with greens and laffa as a side.