Formerly Eat Masri, this booth celebrates the ultimate street dish, Koshary, which is Egypt’s national dish – and for good reason. This accidental vegan meal is an incredibly amazing jumble of rice, pasta, lentils, crispy fried onions and chickpeas – finally topped off with a vinegary tomato sauce. We are excited to be bringing back this savory and satisfying vegan dish to TMY. We’ll also have a couple of additional Egyptian delights on offer; basbousa – a sweet semolina cake and karkade, a refreshing drink that is both tart and sweet! All of our items on offer are vegan as well.

Festival Menu

KOSHARY: an amazing jumble of rice, lentils, chickpeas, elbow noodles, and crispy fried onion. The delectable assemblage of ingredients then gets topped off with a secret, tangy Egyptian-style tomato sauce. This is a dish that is healthy, nourishing, and tasty. It also just so happens to be 100% vegan and packs a hefty 21 grams of plant-based protein per serving. GLUTEN-FREE option, also available without OIL.

FUL MEDAMES,a stew of small fava beans cooked in spices and topped with chopped ingredients and a drizzle of olive oil. This ancient dish has its roots in Egypt, perhaps all the way back to Pharaonic Egypt! Large quantities of fava beans were discovered in the Twelfth Dynasty tombs. It is believed that the god of the River Nile had been offered 11,998 pots of fava beans by Ramses II of Egypt.
AS SANDWICH: Ful medames served inside of a halved pita bread and topped with chopped onion, tomato and a drizzle of olive oil.
AS BOWL (gluten-free option): topped with chopped onion and tomato and drizzled with olive oil.

BAKLAVA: Sweet goulash. Our recipe uses clove, cardamom, cinnamon, walnuts and extra virgin olive oil. All of this layered between flaky layers of phyllo dough. Our recipe is 100% vegan.

KARKADE: Real brewed hibiscus, fresh squeezed lemon juice, and vegan sugar. We don’t over-sweeten – so the tartness of both the hibiscus and lemon juice are what shine brightest.

Besides a commitment to offering an all-vegan menu – Eatgypt also has committed to using non-GMO ingredients in our recipes.

We also source and utilize biodegradable packaging. Our main dish is served in a fully compostable bowl. Our cups and straws are paper. We use recycled kraft bags for larger takeaway orders.


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